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LawVu’s Connected Legal Certification is a great place to start your learning. With this course you will be given the tools to become a more productive, engaged and impactful in-house professional.
This is the first certification of its kind with everything that you don’t learn in law school or private practice.
*We're here to support your learning and streamline your ways of working. However, we can't guarantee that our certifications meet the CPD or CLE requirements in your jurisdiction. Please make your own assessment based on your unique requirements.
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Our Learning Hub offers legal professionals at all stages of their career the chance to gain invaluable insights from industry experts, and access a wide range of tailored resources to enhance your professional development.
Become a more productive, engaged and impactful in-house legal professional.
A practical guide to designing and implementing change in your organisation.
A practical look at strategic planning for the Legal team, from the perspective of Legal Operations.
How can counsel get comfortable with making the wrong decision sometimes, and more importantly what should they do when they make them?
James Sullivan offers a view on future perspectives, and what to do when you get stuck in the process of progressing your career.
Learn this new framework for in-house legal teams, called the "Connected Legal Function."
We take a deep dive into the future of in-house with emerging legal leaders from a broad range of industries.
Finding solutions in communication, technology and logic to enable cross functional teams to do what they do best.
The path to regulatory certainty; How technology precipitates legal and social change
Cultural barriers hinder in-house lawyers in embracing legal service liberalisation.