Run as part of our successful programme for in-house lawyers – What In-house lawyers Need (WIN), this report highlights the experiences of nearly 300 in-house lawyers from around the world, providing insight into the opportunities and challenges facing in-house teams over the next 18 months.
We spoke to in-house lawyers from a wide range of sectors from around the world to bring together a truly global snapshot into the evolution of the in-house role. The key themes explored within the report include:
- business growth and legal innovation are top legal objectives;
- sustainability and ESG have become key business priorities;
- organisations are adapting to company restructures and leadership changes;
- in-house lawyers are acting strategically as true business partners; and
- organisations are implementing long-term flexible working and employee wellbeing policies.
To hear more on the themes identified within the report, please visit the WIN website to watch our WIN Insights presentation of the findings and visit the WIN: On Demand webinar page to watch our recorded panel discussion exploring the considerations for in-house lawyers in 2022.
We hope you find the report insightful and welcome your feedback.
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