In the House

October 2020


Smart ideas for corporate lawyers


Remote staff supervision: Managing the risks

With staff working from home, the risks associated with poor supervision may be heightened. Read more.

Unconscious bias: a persistent challenge for female lawyers
Despite anti-discrimination laws, the legal profession is yet to fully embrace workplace diversity.
Employment relationships: When two’s company and three’s a crowd
Recent judgements highlight the limitations of the employee/independent contractor dichotomy.
Self-care during COVID-19
Angela Heise emphasises the importance of taking time to connect with yourself during hard times.
In-House Induction Day 2020
A tailored, full-day program to support members who have recently transitioned to an in-house role. Hear from general counsel, senior in-house counsel, and resilience and technology experts on how to forge a successful in-house career.
Mandatory rule 6.1- the new world of legal practice
Join this live webinar and hear from legal experts as they discuss some of the current issues faced by legal practitioners while earning three CPD units.

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