BAE Systems’ ambitious group general counsel Philip Bramwell has only been in his role for 18 months but is already well into a major restructuring of the defense and aerospace giant’s legal function.

His three-year plan to overhaul the legal team at BAE began in earnest in January 2007, when he joined the company from his role as general counsel of telecommunications firm O2, and is now entering the second half of its development.

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