In-house: Self promotion is the key
Former in-house barrister Mark Engelman, who now practises as an independent barrister and sits as a non-executive director, says the time has come for the Bar to actively promote its services to the business community
Having left college as a pharmacologist, I was introduced to a member of the patent bar who insisted that life as a lawyer was a lot better than life as a research scientist. At the time I was a long way from the stuffy world of Middle Temple Hall where we met. Nevertheless, I was persuaded and exchanged lab coat for gown some time ago.
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