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Bigger gender pay gap for Scottish women lawyers

Interesting to see unconscious bias said to be the cause of the huge disparity between the remuneration of male and female Scottish...

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An end to the century old English law against penalties?

This LexisNexis article is worth reading for every English lawyer that's asked to draft "penalties" into contracts. It comes up often...

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You Can’t See the Forest for the Muda - lean law and TimWoods

How many of the 8 types of waste, or muda, are recognisable in your legal practice ? Quite a few I expect.

If you haven’t done anything with lean thinking, but want to start, you can do so right now. As you work through the day, ask yourself...…

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A hybrid world for lawyers

I've seen so much recently about technology overtaking lawyers and stating that lawyers aren't adapting or growing with change.

In the...

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Glad to hear it: no such thing as multitasking

As a lawyer I have to concentrate for long periods of time on a specific task such as drafting a long and complex agreement. I enjoy...

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An enviable General Counsel position

Some people love practising law but find corporate life can be stuffy. Those in such such situations will be envious of Derek Holland at...

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When the General Counsel bullies the legal department.

I've been thinking about bullying bosses recently since learning from one of my oldest friends that she'd been bullied by her General...

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BigLaw starting to wake up to agile pricing?

It's fascinating to read about the big City of London law firms having to adapt to agile pricing. They're pretty stuck on very high...

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30 stories of India’s women leaders

This book, 30 Women in Power: Their Voices, Their Stories, Edited by Naina Lal Kidwai, sounds very interesting.

Zia Mody, founding partner of AZB & Partners, one of India’s largest law firms. “When I told my father my career ambitions and my desire...…

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So you’ve taken a role as a sole in-house counsel, what next?

Pleased to present Part 2 of my blog........

Last week, Halebury’s Linda Kabi shared her top tips to consider in a new role as sole in-house counsel within an organization. This week...…

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Changing the status quo

It's what we wanted to do in the legal market.... We strongly believe in empowering our team; from the team of senior in-house lawyers to...

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Digital Mums - Great Work

This is a great idea...we should stop looking at the hours we put into our days but instead what we generate when we are at work. It...

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Part 1: My tips for undertaking the role of a sole in-house counsel

I'm pleased to present my latest blog. I hope you like it. I'd love some feedback. Watch out for Part 2 next week.

A role as a first time sole legal counsel can be fun, demanding and very broadening to your experience. I’ve undertaken this role in an...…

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7 More Pieces of Advice for a New General Counsel

Marc E. Manly's second post focusses closely on the role of a GC in a listed PLC. It still has some useful advice for GCs of unlisted...

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Advice to a new General Counsel

Someone joining as a General Counsel from BigLaw might be a little perplexed by some of this advice. I can hear them thinking: surely...

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Using social media for your business

Whether you are selling/promoting a product or a service, social media should be part of your marketing strategy.

When you’re consistently posting content about a specific topic, you establish yourself as an expert.

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Accidental Mentors

Mentoring should be part of our leadership programmes. It provides huge benefits for the mentees as well as the mentors.

"Because I was helped by someone." This is how the legacy of a good mentor continues.

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Power Part Timers or Smart Time Workers

Surely it should be about what you do while you are sitting at your desk rather than how many days/hours you spend at it = smart-time...

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Female entrepreneurs: pitching to a corporate buyer

Interesting statistics on female entrepreneurs, but it cannot just be about training. If we want more entrepreneurs (men & women) maybe...

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