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Date and Time

11th November, 10:00 – 11:00
8th December, 10:15 – 11:00

In Partnership With:

F-LEX Radius Law

Join our upcoming virtual session. Learn how other teams are preparing for Brexit.

About this Event

Brexit – Survive or Thrive? Learn how other legal teams are preparing

Brexit is less than two months away. There is continued uncertainty on whether a deal will be reached in time. Preparing your organisation to face the continued headwinds is challenging. What are the pitfalls to avoid? The opportunities to consider?

This unique event will let you hear from your peers on what they’re doing to prepare their organisations.

Join the discussion as we bring the world-famous, interactive World Café style event online to explore three core Brexit topics with your peers under Chatham House. Discussion will be facilitated by senior counsel and subject matter experts on each topic:

  • Data Protection

  • Employment

  • Commercial contracts

COVID-19 update

The session will also include a 10 min overview of the latest key guidance and regulatory changes in relation to COVID-19 highlighting the key priorities for legal departments to consider.

What is a World Café?

The World Café method is a way of structuring meaningful conversations to share rich insight and practical solutions.

Submit your questions:

Please let us know any discussion points through the Sli.do app, using the event code: FS2503. Questions will be covered by the hosts during the call.

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Event series

Brexit – Thrive or Survive | Wednesday 11th November, 10:15 – 11:00

Learn how other legal departments are preparing for Brexit.

We will explore data protection, employment and commercial contracts through the lens of Brexit. Discussion will be facilitated by senior counsel and leading subject matter experts under Chatham House rules.

The session will also include a succinct update on the latest COVID-19 related updates.

The fight against Modern Slavery | Tuesday 8th December, 10:15 – 11:00

This session will focus on Modern Slavery and discuss the role of General Counsel in fighting it. This is not only a moral obligation it is a regulatory obligation.

Speakers

Ian Leedham

Head of Legal, Euro Car Parts

 

Sophie Gould

In‐house Network Relationship Manager, LexisNexis

Sophie Gould runs the Flying Solo forum for LexisNexis.

She trained as a lawyer in the City and worked as an in‐house lawyer for 10 years including as Head of Legal for Virgin Radio and Ginger Media Group.

Sophie also leads our Aspire networking group for junior in‐house lawyers, mentors junior lawyers and works with schools and organisations to promote social mobility within the legal profession in partnership with Aspiring Solicitors and The Social Mobility Business Partnership.

Iain Larkins

Director, Radius Law

Iain is the founder and director of Radius Law.

Radius Law is a law firm committed to innovating how legal services are provided. We aim to simplify the complicated, embrace technology and provide legal services at sensible, transparent and certain fees.

Prior to establishing Radius, Iain was the Chief Legal and Compliance Officer for the Mercedes‐Benz UK Group.

Sandra Martins

Senior Lawyer, Radius Law

Sandra is the head of Radius Law employment department.

She has over 18 years’ experience in advising employers and employees on all aspects of employment law.

Sandra has specialised in employment since she qualified as a solicitor in 2001. She trained at Steele & Co (now Steeles Law) and worked at different firms before joining Radius in 2016.

Louisa van Eeden‐Smit

Head of Marketing, In‐house Legal, LexisNexis

Louisa leads marketing for the in‐house legal community at LexisNexis.

She joined the dedicated in‐house team at LexisNexis five years ago and has a passion for driving and facilitating initiatives which are customer‐focused at their heart.

Her vision is to support in‐house counsel succeed in their fast‐evolving role based on deep insight, data analysis and best practice gathered across the in‐house community.