Pillsbury lawyer takes in-house role at China Security & Surveillance Technology

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  • What a lovely client to have: 'China Security & Surveillance Technology' , especially when one considers what is happening in China at the moment -
    e.g. on the BBC today:
    "Chinese writer Chen Wei has been sentenced to nine years in jail for publishing several essays online calling for freedom of speech and reform of China's one-party system."
    What a great nation - nine years in prison for suggesting in an article that freedom of expression is probably a good thing - (puts the Leveson Inquiry into perspective).
    But hey, it doesn't matter, all the big US and UK law firms in the PRC can ignore this as there's nice big Chinese companies to work for.
    Really good to see that Corporate Social Responsibility is alive and well in the legal sector.

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  • Nice anecdote and I wish her well, but there are also some things a lawyer should consider re career-path before going in-house. This is good summary: ‘Going in-house: Like a plate of lentils.
    http://hligroup.wordpress.com/2011/12/01/69/

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