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    In-House Insights Programme 23/24

Welcome to our In-House Insights Programme - part of our ongoing commitment to supporting GCs and those working in-house.

We understand that there is increasing pressure on in-house lawyers to be more than 'just legal'. Our programme is designed with and by the in-house community to support you by providing valuable insights on a range of pertinent topics; and to offer a space to hear different perspectives, make connections and build your network. To hear further details on the programme and view highlights from our first session on the evolution of the in-house counsel role, see below.

Following feedback from our network of clients and contacts, and in partnership with Isambard Legal – a legal consultancy with over 60 years of private practice and in-house expertise – we welcome you to our programme for the rest of 2023 and into early 2024. 

If you are interested in attending any of the below sessions, you can pre-register your interest by clicking on the button below. Further details and formal invitations will be sent out to the network 6 weeks before the date of the event.

That ability to connect, to build trust and to be able to bounce ideas off of them [the network] in the future, to me, is exceptionally valuable."

Andrew Eames, General Counsel, The Restaurant Group

It’s a great opportunity to generally discuss with people in the same industry as you and find out the sort of issues they have. It’s a really good event."

Freddie Law, Legal Counsel, TikTok


Building & Managing High Performing Teams

September 2024

A workshop and panel session featuring GCs talking about how they have built and managed high performing teams – covering topics such as diversity and inclusion, expectations on in-house lawyers, showing value, and recruitment and retention challenges. We will also cover the junior lawyer perspective on their experiences of what works well.

Pre-register your interest 

Picking your Panel & Building Valuable Relationships with External Counsel

November 2024

A GC led practical interactive workshop taking you through the panel review process as well as key tips and tricks to getting maximum value from your external relationships.  This session will be led by Isambard Legal.

Pre-register your interest

In-House Insights: Legal operations at work – how to do more with less

March 2024

We’re hearing that you’re constantly being bombarded with sales pitches for legal tech which promises the world. This session with legal ops professionals is designed to help you understand and navigate the fast changing world of legal tech and legal ops. 


Highlights coming soon

How are sustainability and ESG shaping the role of in-house counsel?

26 September 2023

With sustainability and ESG becoming ever more important both from a strategic and regulatory perspective, we bring together a panel chaired by Julia Hayhoe, an experienced board advisor and ESG strategist, and in-house panellists leading on ESG and sustainability across a range of sectors to talk about the trends, risks and opportunities they are seeing and how this is continuing to shape the role of in-house counsel.

Read the write-up and watch the highlights video here

Join our network

In addition to our core programme, we will be hosting smaller focused events to offer additional  networking opportunities with those working in your specific sector, or with those operating at similar levels of seniority within the in-house function. If you’re interested, let us know by clicking here.

We’re constantly looking forward, and want to make sure that our programme is as relevant as possible to the in-house community, so we'd love to hear from you about the topics you're most interested in. If you have any questions or suggestions for future sessions, please do get in touch.

Our thinking

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    Quick Reads

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    Darren Bailey

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  • Inside Housing quotes James Walton on the potential financing impact of delays at the Building Safety Regulator

    James Walton

    In the Press

  • IFLR quotes Victoria Younghusband on new UK listing rules unveiled by the FCA

    Victoria Younghusband

    In the Press

  • Bloomberg quotes Sarah Jane Boon on plans announced in the King’s speech to press ahead with the tax hike on UK private school fees

    Sarah Jane Boon

    In the Press

  • CoStar quotes Claire Fallows and Ben Butterworth on some of the key real estate issues addressed in the King's Speech

    Claire Fallows

    In the Press

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    Cara Fung

    Quick Reads

  • Charles Russell Speechlys reports domestic and international growth across all practice areas

    Simon Ridpath


  • Cyber Co-ordination 2024 - new MOU on co-operation between EBA, ESMA, EIOPA and ENISA

    Mark Bailey


  • The EU AI Act: A Beginner’s Guide for UK and International Businesses using AI

    Janine Regan


  • James Walton writes for the Evening Standard on whether the Government can expect a return on its new National Wealth Fund

    James Walton

    In the Press

  • ADGM Court holds that NMC can bring fraudulent and wrongful trading claims retroactively

    Nicola Jackson

    Quick Reads

  • Citywealth quotes Robert Blower and Oliver Little on the intersection between trust structures and Sharia law

    Robert Blower

    In the Press

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