The Corporate Counsel Show: Corporate gap years and vocational success

By Robyn Tongol|06 October 2020
Gregory Seeto

Two years ago, Gregory Seeto took a leave of absence from work to go travelling in the Americas and then spent six months working in recreational role in The Bahamas. It was, he reflects, the best thing for his career as a corporate counsel.

In this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Life Saving Victoria executive (governance, integrity and legal) Mr Seeto – who recently won the General Counsel of the Year category at the Australian Law Awards – about how taking a corporate gap year provided him with “renewed vigour” to be a productive and well-rounded legal professional with broader perspective on how best to serve the community around him.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Further, the pair discusses life in the not-for-profit space for in-house counsel, how COVID-19 has impacted upon such work and what the NFP landscape will look like in a post-pandemic world.

 

SPONSORED CONTENT

Plus, in case you missed them, check out these recent episodes of The Corporate Counsel Show:

The Corporate Counsel Show: Corporate gap years and vocational success
Intro image
lawyersweekly logo
Podcast

latest

Rethinking wellness for law

Rethinking wellness for law

Andrew Gouveia

LeBron James, tattoos and copyright

Insolvency could be an opportunity for transformation

Insolvency could be an opportunity for transformation

Jillian Gardner

Greenwoods names new infrastructure partner

FROM THE WEB
Recommended by Spike Native Network