Analysis: In good spirit
Just whose job is it to manage a company's reputation? With the role of the in-house lawyer developing an increasingly strategic dimension beyond pure legal advice, ?Dennis Larsen examines how corporate counsel can play a part in reputation management
Law is a highly specialised field, requiring in-depth understanding and specific focus on detail. As lawyers in corporations emerge from their positions as expert counsel, to fulfilling functions requiring a broader remit, their skill-set will have to change.
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