How Hilton Worldwide’s GC united a fractured in-house team


Hilton Worldwide general counsel Kristen Campbell talked to The Lawyer in this week’s in-house interview about mending bridges in the legal team following the company’s sale to Blackstone four years before she joined.

Scottish government seals panel with nine-strong roster


Scottish firms have dominated the lineup following the Scottish government’s panel review this week, with Anderson Strathern and Harper Macleod gaining spots across the framework.

Shipping giant Standard Club reviews panel roster to chop costs by 30 per cent


Ince & Co and Holman Fenwick Willan are understood to have made the final cut after shipping insurance mutual the Standard Club underwent a review of its preferred legal advisory panel.

Football Association GC Maclean to exit following management shake-up


Football Association group legal director and company secretary Alistair MacClean is leaving the organisation after 11 years at the helm.

Former Sullivan & Cromwell partner gains top JP Morgan Chase role


It’s a time of change for JP Morgan Chase’s in-house team this week, as Stacey Friedman is set to take on the role of general counsel in 2016. 

In-House Interview


In-house interview: Kristin Campbell, Hilton Worldwide

3-Aug-2015 | By Katy Dowell

As legal boss of Hilton Worldwide, Kristin Campbell has guided the $10bn hospitality giant through an IPO, honed a 350-strong set of external advisers to 35 and is now putting the finishing touches to an expansion plan


In-house interview: Amanda Hamilton-Stanley, Chivas Brothers

27-Jul-2015 | By Rachel Moloney

In the highly regulated drinks industry, the experienced Chivas GC says keeping an eye on the marketing arm in the digital age is a growing challenge 


The in-house interview: Ofqual director of legal Natalie Prosser

20-Jul-2015 | By Richard Simmons

Every day is exam day for Ofqual’s director of legal Natalie Prosser, who has had to deal with regulatory infrastructure, litigation over grade boundaries, and building her own team.

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