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‘No going back’: IP lawyers on switching to in-house

Max Walters, London


Lawyers at Aston Martin, Dyson, Adobe and other organisations explain why they left private practice for the bright lights of in-house

inhousemainWith the path to partnership uncertain for many in private practice – and unattractive for some – an in-house role can provide a welcome change.

On the face of it, more and more lawyers (not just in IP) are taking this option. ...


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