In the pink - the FT's GC on networking, peer review and social media
Last summer, Financial Times (FT) general counsel Tim Bratton hired a meeting room for four days in a building around the corner from the daily business newspaper's Southwark headquarters. "I wanted the legal team to take a few days out of the office together in order to have an inward look at the way we function," he says. During those few days Bratton and the six lawyers who report to him "questioned every step of the in-house legal process".
Alex Aldridge talks to Financial Times general counsel Tim Bratton about networking, the value of peer feedback and the role of social media for the modern legal chief
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