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15 November 20234 minute read

Keynote panel: Navigating your legal career in-house

Facilitator: Natalie Salunke alongside a panel of senior in-house lawyers

15 November 2023, 9am – 10am GMT

This webinar is hosted as part of WIN (What In-house lawyers Need) and has been created around the feedback of our global community of in-house lawyers. WIN addresses the commercial and personal aspects of working as an in-house lawyer regardless of your location or seniority level. Register to join WIN to ensure you receive future invitations directly to your inbox.

It’s no secret we’ve seen a recent shift in working priorities. Habits and values on top of shrinking budgets, the ‘great resignation’; and now an uncertain economy. Inevitably, that might have you questioning your career development. Asking yourself, what’s next for me, how do I advance in my field or am I doing enough in this moment? Or perhaps you simply want to hear what others in your field are doing.

During this webinar you will hear directly from a panel of senior in-house lawyers as they have an open and honest conversation with our moderator about their careers to date, the ups and downs including mistakes made, adapting and growing within the business and their future aspirations. Regardless of where you currently are with your career, you’ll leave the webinar feeling connected, empowered and motivated for what lies ahead.


Natalie Salunke

Natalie Salunke

Natalie is a member of The O Shaped Lawyer committee and is the General Counsel of Zilch, a leading buy now pay later provider. Prior to her role at Zilch, Natalie carried out similar roles for RVU, Fleetcor, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, NetSuite (now part of Oracle); and was Group Head of Legal and Company Secretary of Venda. In these roles she has been responsible for all company legal matters including adopting an advisory role in relation to the group’s shareholders, board of directors and executive management. Natalie became Head of Legal at Venda at the age of 27. Before then, she worked in Travelex’s legal team based in London, having trained at international city law firm, Taylor Wessing.