Successfully onboarding new in-house lawyers

By Tasha Levy|17 December 2019

A law degree provides a pathway to a plethora of different roles in the legal world, each requiring adequate training for new recruits to learn about the job’s unique expectations and skills.

Host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by in-house counsel and founder of The Learned Crew, Jessie Porteus, on this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show to delve into the reasons why thorough training is such a valuable investment of resources for in-house departments in particular, outline the most effective methods for in-house teams to train their new lawyers, and provide additional advice for new entrants into the in-house space.


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