Wait until they forget; or the art of prioritisation
I've been meaning to write about prioritisng for a while, but I've been beaten to it by fine posts from Tim Bratton and Tom Kilroy. I must have missed the memo from In-House Lawyer HQ. But it's one of my big issues at the moment, as this little rant demonstrates. When everyone tells you that their work is urgent, how does the in-house lawyer decide what should be done first?
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