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Always on: the new abnormal?

Always on: the new abnormal?

Workplace stress and an 'always on' culture has become commonplace in the legal sector. As the impact of those strains on client relationships and employee wellbeing become better-understood, what can be done to promote more sustainable working practices?

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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

AI is increasingly being represented the ‘fairy dust’ product that instantly delivers quick and accurate results. Behind the hype there are real possibilities for its application to law, but what do in-house teams – and their internal clients – need to know to bring AI to life?

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EP1 - Coronavirus

EP1 - Coronavirus

Podcast: How can GCs help their companies prioritise coronavirus issues? And what can we learn from past crises to help make better decisions in this one?

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Podcast for General Counsel

Podcast for General Counsel

Helping senior in-house lawyers to steer the legal function through times of change and navigate the biggest issues facing business today.

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The future-proof GC

The future-proof GC

As the global competitive landscape is transformed by digitisation and globalisation, so too is the role of GC being redefined. How can today's GCs stay relevant for the future?

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The project paradox

The project paradox

As legal projects, compliance programmes and strategic transactions become ever more complex and multinational in scope, a new breed of professional legal project manager is emerging to help manage the time, quality and cost paradigm.

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The purposeful GC

The purposeful GC

The very foundation of companies – that they exist to generate shareholder value – is being questioned as companies focus on their purpose.

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Why gender initiatives fail

Why gender initiatives fail

Increasing commercial, societal and regulatory pressure has pushed workplace gender parity up the boardroom agenda like never before. For many CEOs, achieving a better balance is simultaneously mission-critical and unfathomable. How can leaders drive meaningful progress in such a complex area?

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