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Talking Heads: Creating a win-win in-house/private practice relationship

Talking Heads: Creating a win-win in-house/private practice relationship
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20 Sep 2022 08:30 - 10:00

Venue: Weightmans, The Hallmark, 105 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 5JG


Dan Kayne, Founder, O Shaped Lawyer 

Ailsa Longmuir, General Counsel, Centrica Energy Marketing and Trading

Eddie Bowman, Partner, Simmons & Simmons

Alexis Alexander, GC, Liberis (GC of the year at the recent Lawyer Awards)

James Stringer, Business Development Director, Deloitte Legal

Registration and breakfast at 8.30am with a start time of 9am to approx 10am  

In this roundtable discussion we will look at:- 

  • What does a great in-house/private practice relationship look like?
  • What general counsel want and expect from their law firms
  • What law firms need from their clients
  • How to align incentives between them
  • How can both in house and private practice become one team and create value for each other
  • How great law firm client partnerships can be the catalyst for change across the legal sector 


Event price: £180+ VAT 

Members receive a 50% saving on the full price and pay £90.00 + VAT

To register for a place please email     


Terms of Booking and Cancellation Policy  

Receipt of your booking indicates acceptance of liability to pay the attendance fee. Cancellations received in writing more than 7 days before the seminar will be refunded, less £10 administration fee. We regret that no refunds are allowed for cancellations or transfers within 7 days or for non-attendance. PSMG reserves the right to refuse admission if payment is not received prior to the event. 

Important note: The booking email constitutes a legally binding contract. It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of PSMG LLP to change the content and timing of the programme, the speakers, the date and venue. Whilst every effort will be made to prevent this, in the unlikely event of the programme being cancelled, PSMG LLP will automatically make a full refund but disclaim any further liability       


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