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CLL is a resource for in-house lawyers on everything other than the law

CLL provides advice, insights and support to help you find your feet and build your career as an in-house lawyer. We cover everything from your first 100 days in the role, through team building and gaining respect across your organisation, to succession planning. Nothing like this has ever been created before. And it’s freely accessible.


27Nov 2020

Re-charge: Staying healthy when you’re stuck at your desk

Read our write up of Re-charge: Staying healthy when you’re stuck at your desk, Eric Ho’s fourth and penultimate webinar in his five-part Re-set series on 19 November.

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25Nov 2020

Financial CrimeCast

Welcome to Financial CrimeCast. In this series, Sam Tate, Head of White Collar Crime and Compliance at the law firm RPC, speaks to leaders in the field of financial crime, compliance and ethics

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25Nov 2020

New to in-house?

Earlier this year, we held a series of sessions aimed at lawyers new to an in-house role. This note develops some of the key themes emerging from the discussion.

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09Nov 2020

2021 Development programme for in-house lawyers

We are delighted to bring to you a series of 'virtual' events on career, personal and team development for those working in-house.

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03Dec 2020

Rewire: Look forward to retirement with a brain that’s still healthy

In conjunction with RPC, please join us for the final interactive webinar hosted by Eric Ho, former corporate lawyer and found of Bumblebee Wellbeing.

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21Jan 2021

Development Programme for in-house lawyers

In-house lawyers tell us that career development is an important issue for them, both for themselves and for any lawyers they manage.

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