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The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is the world's largest organization serving the professional and business interests of attorneys who practice in the legal departments of corporations, associations, nonprofits and other private-sector organizations around the globe.

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Mini course

The Learned Crew has launched an online Mini In-House Counsel Course to help law students and young lawyers learn what it takes to be an in-house lawyer. This course is a mini version of the full in-house training provided to clerks in the ACC Australia and TLC In-House Clerkship Program. With 13 modules filled with videos, insightful content and interactive simulation activities, and a completion badge at the end, participants can put this on their CV! The cost is only $19 and is just one of the ways the Learned Crew is helping our next generation of lawyers prepare for the real world of law. 

By completing the course, participants will be able to: 

  • Recognise what an in-house lawyer is and what their role is
  • Identify the key differences between in-house lawyers and private practice lawyers
  • Identify the key skills and attributes required by in-house lawyers 
  • Recognise who’s who in a company and in a typical in-house legal team 
  • Identify main external legal providers and how to manage relationships 
  • Understand the variety of different stakeholders, and how to manage them effectively 
  • Understand the type of legal work done by in-house lawyers 
  • Learn how to manage priorities in a busy in-house practice 
  • Understand the pathways to an in-house career and how to apply for an in-house job.

Note: this course is for information and experience only. There is no official accreditation available for completing this course.

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