The current legal environment, with its rising regulatory pressures and responsibilities, demands a large number of in-house lawyers and central to their ability to cope is the training they receive. Derek Bedlow reports on the current state of legal training and finds that in-house lawyers need it like never before
As the regulatory burden affecting industry rises, corporate governance issues come to the fore and business becomes more international, the range and weight of corporate counsel’s responsibilities is growing almost daily. In-house lawyers need to be well-prepared if they are to cope.
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