Beyond legal – a group of senior in-house lawyers discuss how GCs can take on responsibilities outside of pure legal work
In-house lawyers and their departments may be under more pressure than ever but the time has never been better for the group to look beyond pure legal work and play a wider role within business.
In-house legal counsel are increasingly getting involved in matters beyond the traditional remit of lawyers. Here, three senior in-house lawyers – all with non-legal experience – explain how and why GCs need to think beyond the law
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