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As the world is coming to terms with the shock as the impact of coronavirus pandemic unfolds, legal teams have been thrust to the forefront of their organisations.
Although the core role of legal has not changed, the relationship between the legal function and the business continues to evolve. Legal departments are becoming more integrated into their organisations. Our research revealed that 85% of general counsels surveyed sit on, or report directly to the Board — regardless of legal team size. More than two thirds have a business-related financial KPI.
Join us as we discuss how in-house counsel are approaching value creation through Chatham House peer discussion and sharing results from a benchmarking study of 330 UK legal teams.
Wednesday 28th April
Topics will include:
The session will include general counsels sharing their personal experiences, top tips and pitfalls to avoid. We will also share the Value Framework for legal departments developed in partnership with the Cranfield Business School of Management.
Stop Press Brexit and COVID-19 Alerts
Iain Larkins, Founder and CEO at Radius Law will also highlight any key priorities for legal departments from recent government and regulatory guidance updates and recommended practical next steps to consider.
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