5 Tips on How to Succeed In-House

This article was written by Caroline Spiezio for Corporate Counsel.The original article was found via: https://bit.ly/2HOiRYI.    In the current business and legal climate, the work of in-house counsel doesn’t seem to be getting any easier. And in times like these, sound advice from those who have been around the block is welcome. On Monday afternoon, a room full of[…]

How to Combat Loneliness While Working Remotely

This article was written by Kelly Monahan for Thrive Global. The original article was found via: https://www.thriveglobal.com/stories/31251-3-ways-to-combat-loneliness-while-working-remotely In 2000, a leading social psychologist published a compelling book, Bowling Alone: The collapse and revival of American Community. Within this seminal work, Dr. Robert Putnam uses bowling as an illustrative example of how little Americans were socializing with one another since the[…]

‘Global Legaltech Venture Days’ in an Increasingly Globalized Legal Sphere

This article was written by Gabrielle Orum Hernández for The American Lawyer International. The original article was found via: https://www.law.com/international/2018/06/04/global-legaltech-venture-days-takes-on-an-increasingly-globalized-legal-sphere/?kw=%27Global%20Legaltech%20Venture%20Days%27%20Takes%20On%20an%20Increasingly%20Globalized%20Legal%20Sphere&et=editorial&bu=International&cn=20180605&src=EMC-Email&pt=International%20News&pc=INTALERT   Madrid-based IE Law School, along with partner organizations Law Schools Global League, South Summit and global law firm ONTIER, is this year hosting a global innovation competition for early-stage legal tech companies. Competitors will compete in Global Legaltech[…]

Is Flexible Working Too Focused on Female Talent?

This article was written for Lawyers Weekly. The original article was found via: https://www.lawyer-monthly.com/2018/05/is-flexible-working-too-focused-on-female-talent/.  Organisations must proactively encourage a culture of flexibility across the entire workforce, or risk negatively impacting employee engagement levels and the ability to attract and retain top talent. That is the advice from global talent acquisition and management specialist, Alexander Mann Solutions. The call[…]

GCs Expect More Cybersecurity Responsibility

This article was written by Sol Dolor for Australasian Lawyer. The original article was found via: https://www.australasianlawyer.com.au/news/gcs-expect-more-cybersecurity-responsibility-249663.aspx   In-house lawyers are bracing for a bigger role in cybersecurity, particularly compliance, in the next year, according to new data. A survey from the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) reveals that 67% of in-house lawyers expect their teams have more[…]

The Cost of Interruptions for Lawyers

This article was written by Willie Peacock for GoClio. The original article was found via:  https://www.clio.com/blog/true-cost-of-interruptions-for-lawyers/ Whether it’s intrusions by infants or tremoring technology vibrating its way across your desk, staying focused is a big problem for legal professionals. 68% of legal professionals surveyed in the 2017 Legal Trends Report agreed with the statement that there are not enough[…]

Who Has Been Hired to Lead Legal at Fortune 500 Companies So Far This Year?

This article was written by Stephanie Forshee for Corporate Counsel. The original article can be found via: https://www.law.com/corpcounsel/2018/05/18/who-has-been-hired-to-lead-legal-at-fortune-500-companies-in-2018/?kw=Who%20Has%20Been%20Hired%20to%20Lead%20Legal%20at%20Fortune%20500%20Companies%20in%202018?&et=editorial&bu=Corporate%20Counsel&cn=20180520&src=EMC-Email&pt=Weekend%20Roundup Among the Fortune 500 companies, turnover among general counsel has been significant so far this year, according to a new analysis from consultancy Russell Reynolds Associates. In the first quarter of 2018, 13 Fortune 500 companies hired new GCs. Five of the hires[…]

Why lawyers should focus on healthy eating at work

This article was written by Natalie Quinn and Michelle Weall for LawyersWeekly. The original article can be found via: https://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/opinion/22934-why-lawyers-should-focus-on-healthy-eating-at-work. Eating healthily in the workplace can have long-standing benefits for lawyers, whereas skipping meals or snacking can adversely impact upon both your health and productivity, write two West Australian health professionals, Natalie Quinn and Michelle Weall. Healthier Workplace WA manager Emily Davey[…]

Abortion in Ireland: Time to Repeal the Eighth

This article was written by Emily Peel for  Contax Law. Contax Law supports the Human Rights Blog as an advocacy space for important human rights issues and themes. Emily is a New York-qualified lawyer who has worked on human rights, access to justice, and protection issues in Kosovo, Greece, and the East and Horn of Africa. Photo Credit: Edson Chilundo at https://bit.ly/2KUpQ5e On 25 May[…]

Facebook’s GDPR Challenge and the Conundrum of Consent

This article was written by Ian Lopez for Legaltechnews. The original article can be found at: https://www.law.com/legaltechnews/2018/05/04/facebooks-gdpr-challenge-and-the-conundrum-of-consent/?kw=Facebook%27s%20GDPR%20Challenge%20and%20the%20Conundrum%20of%20Consent&et=editorial&bu=Law%20Technology%20News&cn=20180509&src=EMC-Email&pt=Editor%27s%20Pick Previously a looming afterthought for compliance professionals and siren song for privacy experts, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was cast under a new spotlight in the congressional hearings of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in wake of the Cambridge Analytica[…]