Denisa Luchian

‘My 3 pieces of advice’ by Nick Smee

The “3 pieces of advice” series is a collection of brief 5-minute slots created as a platform for legal professionals to share work and life advice with their peers. In this latest video, Browne Jacobson senior associate Nick Smee shares his thoughts on how the sustainability agenda is likely to impact in-house lawyers and their […]

Aston University’s Victoria Mee on purpose, money and guardianship

The notion of purpose has been turbo boosted by COVID-19 and the renewed focus on social injustices, highlighting the need for introspection and asking about your purpose as a business.  As a follow up to a webinar discussion on “Re-evaluating and justifying your purpose as a business” that took place on the 11 May, Aston […]

‘The Advice Diaries’ by Jonathan Lipman

In this latest video, Mercedes Benz UK general counsel Jonathan Lipman builds on last year’s three pieces of advice piece, where he talked about agile working, keeping up team spirit and leadership during the pandemic. In his follow-up, Lipman shares his views on the future of agile working and the different positions we see companies […]

Case study: Alexia Tomazos on increasing productivity and efficiency in the legal department

Today’s “Success Stories” case study features Alexia Tomazos, the head of legal and business affairs at Outbrain, a leading recommendation platform for the open web. In this short video, Tomazos talks about smarter ways of working and shares a couple of practical examples for increasing productivity and efficiency. TL Success Stories – Alexia Tomazos from […]

Shoosmiths’ Simon Boss on working smarter and rethinking the way we operate

Ahead of the inaugural Smarter Working Week in association with Shoosmiths event, Shoosmiths chief executive Simon Boss spoke with The Lawyer about the concept of smarter working and how that has evolved over the past year. “Many people may think smarter working is just about efficiency or productivity” and while it includes that, it’s actually […]