Irwin Mitchell recruits founder of RPC in-house venture as first-ever general counsel

Centre for Legal Leadership founder Bruce Macmillan leaves RPC after two years

Irwin Mitchell has hired Bruce Macmillan, the founder of RPC’s Centre for Legal Leadership (CLL), as its first general counsel.

Macmillan has left RPC after just over two years, during which time he was central to the establishment of CLL, which provides coaching, mentoring and career support services for in-house lawyers.

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