Level 16, 80 Collins Street,
Melbourne VIC 3000
Overview (Program Summary)
We hope that you can join us at an exclusive lunch for senior in-house lawyers at Ashurst. This roundtable event will feature a guest speaker, and Linda Grace, Head of Ashurst Advance Reach.
Across the globe CEO are preparing for a downturn in economic conditions. In turn, in-house teams are once again being asked to tighten their belts and do more with even less. Knowing where (and how) to start streamlining a legal function can be overwhelming.
At this intimate round table gathering the speakers will share their experience and insights. We will also have the opportunity to share strategies that have successfully increased efficiencies to create recession resilient teams, who are also highly valued and respected in their organisations.
Seats at this event are limited. Please RSVP as soon as possible to confirm your place.
Linda Grace, Head of Ashurst Advance Reach
Linda is the global Head of Ashurst Advance Reach, providing clients with access to premium flexible resourcing as well as holistic NewLaw solutions. Having worked in private practice, in a number of senior in-house roles and as a contract lawyer, Linda offers a unique understanding of the needs of lawyers and in-house teams.
After working for major firms, some time running businesses and 5 years running his own firm, Nick Galloway has spent the last 15 years in-house for PPG, the biggest paint company in the world. He oversees the legal work required for PPG’s businesses in 10 countries and has been involved in every aspect of commercial law in some very different jurisdictions. Nick has a particular interest in delivering legal services in a way that delivery maximum value and with the greatest efficiency!
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