Crafty News - We've got plenty of reasons to smile!
After another day of filming with Barclays yesterday to get their in-house insights (box set coming to you soon) we’re feeling pretty upbeat here at Crafty Counsel!
We’ve got plenty of reasons to smile: first, lots of new content has been published on our site this week. We kicked things off with our new box set, Legal Ops On a Shoestring, hosted by Electra Japonas of The Law Boutique, we released our two-part series on institutional memory, plus today we published our second episode of Linklaters’ Challenger Banks box set - more on all of that below.
We’re also glad to be getting so much incredible feedback from our subscribers and are so glad to hear that our new content has been cooking up a storm. Thanks to everyone who has been in touch so far and if you’re currently experiencing a bit of FOMO - you can always subscribe here
THIS WEEK’S FEATURED BOX SETS
Challenger Banks with Linklaters - Check out the second episode of our six-part box set on Challenger Banks. This week, the focus is on how to navigate your regulatory priorities. Thanks to Linklaters, all these episodes will be free to watch!
How to build institutional memory - Don’t miss our special two-part series focused on how you can capture knowledge in spite of commonplace people churn. Our panel presenters include Priti Shetty, General Counsel at ICICI Bank UK PLC, Chet Behl, Strategic Adviser at Pay.UK, and Simon Coles, former General Counsel at Capital on Tap. Check out the second episode here .
Legal Ops On a Shoestring - Prioritising high impact, low cost efficiency hacks, Electra Japonas of The Law Boutique chairs a series of panel discussions on how small legal teams can hustle their way to becoming effective masters of Legal Operations and massively scale up their capacity and effectiveness.
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Check out DLA Piper WIN’s breakfast briefing on Future Legal Leaders: The Charismatic Lawyer, which takes a look at the role of language in adapting your style to communicate effectively. (London, 13 November)
Don’t miss Osborne-Clarke’s In-House Lawyer Day 2019, covering a range of useful, relevant topics for the in-house lawyer. (Reading, 20 November and Bristol, 28 November)
Lewis Silkin hosts an advertising & marketing seminar on Social Media: Update on the legal and regulatory risks of influencer marketing. The seminar will reflect on recent developments in this area and try to help you navigate a course between compliance and commercial success. (London, 20 November)
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