Role of In-House Counsel – Adapting to different Jurisdictions |Saloni Tuteja
Lawyers are always learning and adapting to new laws. Over time depending on opportunities, they also adapt to different roles from law firm professional to independent to in-house counsel.
The role of an #inhouse counsel as we know is diverse and they work with a variety of laws depending on the business they support. At times working with their counterparts in different jurisdictions. This may be an advantage when they switch working to another jurisdiction. However, it may come with certain challenges, and it is always helpful to hear from someone who has the experience of working in different jurisdictions.
Watch this super engaging #LawWiser video with Saloni Tuteja, Regional Legal and Business Conduct Counsel, Middle East, Gilead Sciences, hosted by our consulting editor @Sania Husaini video on the Role of an In-House Counsel: Adapting to different jurisdictions.
We understand the journey of such transitions and hope many legal professionals can take cues for considering such transitions when an opportunity arises.
Tune in now and watch Saloni sharing
the myths around changing jurisdictions
Can Indian Lawyers take the opportunity to work in another jurisdiction?
challenges that are faced in transitioning or adapting to practices of different jurisdictions
how to be better prepared for such opportunities
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