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Title: Leadership and Management Challenges of In-house Legal Counsel
ISBN: 9780409325249
Format: BC
Edition: 1
Authors: Tabalujan & Contributors
Pub. Date: 20081020
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
Availability: Out_of_stock
RRP: $100.00
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This text is written by highly respected and experienced in-house counsel and consultants from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong, and provides valuable insights into the in-house legal role.

The book covers a host of practical issues faced by in-house lawyers in corporations as well as government organisations. It commences with an introductory chapter by Peter Turner, CEO of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Association, and then examines topics such as: transitioning into an in-house counsel role; managing workload; professional development of in-house counsel; how to strategically lead a legal team; measuring the performance of legal teams; and insights into a typical day of leading a global legal team.

Written in a readable style and combining Australian and Asia Pacific perspectives, this book will appeal to those leading large or smaller legal teams, those transitioning in-house, as well as other professionals interested in the in-house legal role.