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A lawyer employed as in-house counsel is subject to the same professional and ethical obligations as any other lawyer. The only difference between lawyers in private practice and in-house lawyers is that the latter have only one client – the organisation by which they are employed. In this article, learn how in-house counsel can navigate conflicts of interest internally.

This article appears in theAustralianCorporateLawyer, Volume 27, Issue 2 - Winter 2017

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