Directors and senior management at companies these days face a daunting array of pressing issues when it comes to overseeing corporate activities. By definition these issues are equally important for in-house counsel.

Toward that end, Stanford Law School’s annual Directors’ College has turned into a sold-out gathering of directors, CEOs and other senior corporate executives, with a curriculum that focuses on some of the vital responsibilities facing company management. Although not specifically addressed to in-house counsel, GCs and other in-house lawyers who attend the Directors’ College gain a better understanding of the concerns and priorities of corporate directors and senior management. Participation at these sessions also allows in-house counsel to discuss company-specific ideas about how best to manage risks and avoid the types of governance-related scandals that have plagued so many companies in recent years.

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