Things you’re not told about going in-house (but ought to know)
Ed Green was seconded to ASOS.com in the final seat of his training contract at Dechert, and knew within about a week that being in-house was too much fun to let such a chance slip. In this article, he offers some career advice for lawyers considering a move in-house.
Ed Green was seconded to ASOS.com in the final seat of his training contract at Dechert, and knew within about a week that being in-house was too much fun to let such a chance slip. After qualifying into the legal department at ASOS he spent three years with the fashion ‘e-tailer’ as it grew into a global brand. In 2012 he moved to become legal counsel at the company behind footwear brand FitFlop and quirky bath/cosmetics brand Soap & Glory.
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