Attorneys from the TBA's Corporate Counsel Section discuss how they landed in their current practice, pressing legal issues and conflicts and how they developed their legal path to a solution.
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Timely, excellent and very informative.
I really enjoyed this panel. I thought the key takeaways about preserving privilege and outsourcing wisely were crucial. I also appreciated the discussion on "knowing your client." This notion seems obvious, but the conversation was so impactful and really reminded me to keep this idea at the forefront of my daily activities as in-house counsel. Well done panel!!
Really enjoyed this presentation! The information presented was very relevant to my practice; the presenters held my attention and provided good insights based on their experience; and the slides were very helpful and informative for following along.
This is one of the very best seminars I have seen that really shines the light on the key differences between law firm and in-house lawyering. The discussion about being a business partner is essential. If an in-house lawyer cannot do that, they will never advance.
I learned tips on: investigating conflicts of interest, showing how I add value to my employer, developing good relationships with various constituents in my employer, effective communication of legal advice. The presenters were excellent. It was so satisfying to get input from other in-house counsel about the similar issues that we face.
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