The many approaches to panel reviews


No two panel reviews are the same. And a couple of in-house teams that have unveiled new panels over the past week demonstrate this fact all too well.

The public sector in-house revolution


The spotlight has returned to public sector in-house teams following the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s approval of the first two ABSs for county council legal teams.

CPA Global: finding value in external counsel


The last few years have seen a move towards efficiency and cost-cutting in the legal market, largely driven by in-house counsel striving to meet their business’s demands within a tighter budget

Economic recovery pays off for in-house lawyers


Not only are opportunities to work in-house increasing but remuneration for doing so is too, according to two new surveys out this week.

In-housers focus on customer service


Leeds-based technology distributor Premier Farnell’s general counsel Steven Webb expresses concern over some firms’ commitment to customer service inc this week’s in-house interview

In-House Interview

Ian Haslegrave

In-house interview: Ian Haslegrave, GC, Electrocomponents

1-Sep-2014 | By Margaret Taylor

A yearning for pioneering digital work across international boundaries means Ian Haslegrave has found his niche at electronics company Electrocomponents


In-house interview: CPA Global GC Ruth Daniels

4-Aug-2014 | By Jonathan Ames

As you might expect from a legal outsourcer, value and efficiency are compulsory for CPA Global’s GC Ruth Daniels 


In-house interview: Karen Kerrigan, Seedrs

28-Jul-2014 | By Margaret Taylor

When she found herself off work with back problems Simmons & Simmons associate Karen Kerrigan hatched a plan: she would leave the law and set up a community forum for people experiencing the same kind of pain as her.

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