In-house lawyers—Business case for learning and development
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In-house lawyers—Business case for learning and development

Executive summary

[Insert a brief summary of the main recommendations within the document.]

What is the business need?

[Insert details of what performance changes are needed to meet the business needs.]

[Insert details of how these performance changes can be best met by training.]

What external factors are affecting the legal department?

[Insert details of any external factors impacting the legal department.]

[Insert details of any known financial impact on the legal department as a result of the identified external factors.]

What internal factors are affecting the legal department?

[Insert details of the business objectives from the current business plan.]

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Article 288 TFEU on legal acts, allows EU institutions to adopt recommendations. Recommendations are non-binding instruments which do not have any legal force but are merely persuasive. They simply allow the EU institutions to make their views known and to suggest a line of action without imposing any legal obligation on those to whom they are addressed. However, the Court of Justice has been known to invoke Recommendations to interpret EU law.

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