Top 5 October reads for in-house lawyers

Top 5 October reads for in-house lawyers


As the end of the year approaches, we are aiming to support you in your role with practical hints and tips to make your life that bit easier. The below is a round-up of October's best content from the In-House blog. It includes interviews with GCs, as well as thought leadership content from our events, networking and in-house lawyer expertise. 

See below for a summary of our top picks from October…

 

1.  New 'Trends to Watch' series

 

Look out for our new sector and practice focused series, Trends to Watch. To help you get ahead with understanding everything you need to know and act on in the coming quarter, we have spoken with our in-house PSLs to outline the key legal trends as 2019 draws to a close. Click below, and keep a look out for more over the next few weeks:

 

TMT Trends to Watch – Q4

Financial Services Trends to Watch – Q4 – The FCA power shift

Financial Services Trends to Watch – Q4 – UN and EU initiatives

 

 

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