Making its voice heard?
A series of initiatives have been announced by the Law Society of England and Wales' Commerce & Industry Group to widen its membership and pave the way to break the group's financial ties to Chancery Lane. But will it go any distance towards addressing concerns by its critics that it has no relevance to the in-house community? Sarah Sheehan explains the move
During the past 12 months the Law Society’s Commerce & Industry Group (C&I Group) has focused on a number of key issues that have been thrown up in the profession as a whole and the in-house profession in particular.
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