RPC targets 'gap in the market' with new training and consultancy service for in-house lawyers

Bruce Macmillan, director of RPC's Centre for Legal Leadership, discusses the new venture

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General counsel face more challenges than ever before. Rising compliance demands, technological developments and the many dilemmas presented by Brexit mean in-house lawyers are being pushed to raise their game.

In recent years, a number of law firms have launched consulting offerings to help GCs tackle some of these issues, but RPC has identified what it sees as a “gap in the market” – to provide coaching, mentoring and career support services that in-house lawyers may not otherwise be receiving from their employers.

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