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Business development and networking - why it’s never too soon to start

Leadership trainer Paul Horwood looks at why young professional should develop networking skills early on.

Time to delegate?

Executive coach Russell Borland examines how delegation, done well, can benefit all concerned.

Why bother with training and development?

People performance specialist Mark Douglas looks at the importance of learning at every stage in our careers.

Moving to the mainstream

Ahead of our annual conference, DLA Piper’s John McKinlay reflects on why the last year has seen momentum grow for legal technology adoption.

What is regulated lobbying?

Ahead of our How the Scottish Parliament Works event, James Drummond from the Scottish Parliament’s lobbying register team explains how the lobbying register works and what it means for your organisation.

Giving cryptocurrency to making sure cybercrime doesn't pay

Ahead of his session at our annual conference, Professor Bill Buchanan from Edinburgh Napier University's School of Computing asks how cryptocurrency has changed cybercrime and asks what can be done to regulate this area.

Budgets, relationships and ethics

Ahead of our annual conference on Friday 26 October, leadership and governance consultant Ciarán Fenton previews his conference session for in-house lawyers.

Innovation as a performance indicator

Innovation isn't just about inventing new things, it's about improving how things are done and introducing solutions that have worked elsewhere. Legal management consultant Richard Stock blogs on the importance of innovation to in-house legal departments.

GDPR – What was all the fuss about?

A few months on from the enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Laura Irvine, partner at BTO solicitors, looks at the changes introduced and what they mean for individuals and organisations.

Writing for real people

Whether you are writing a report or a letter it’s important to keep in mind who you are writing for: real people! Hilary Phillips shares her top tips on remembering and writing for your audience.