DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global General Counsel Academy: Legal Risk Management" conference has been added to Research and Markets' offering.
This module familiarises our delegates with each of the principles of risk management and includes modules on processes and tools that enable you to enhance your role as an effective risk manager. All delegates will receive the Risk Management Tool Kit which can be used as a template for assessing risks throughout an entire career, ensuring the impact of the training continues long after the original presentation.
- Measure the importance of effective risk management to the organisation
- Appreciate that risk can be a positive as well as negative concept
- Identify the difference - and the overlap - between business and legal risk
- Understand the role of the Legal Department in managing legal risk
- Apply legal risk management principles to their roles as a General Counsel.
Includes case studies and examples from BUPA, BP, Lehman/Andersens, FSA/SEC and DEFRA.
What is the Global General Counsel Academy?
The Global General Counsel Academy is
- Informed by experienced senior GCs
- Captures best working practices of leading counsel
- Crystallizes the skills knowledge and management expertise needed for GCs
- Delivers key skills training through the Academy training programme
The CLO Network and wider interaction with GCs from different sectors, identified crucial GC skills which fall into four categories:
- GC Leadership
- Legal Department Management
- External Law Firm Management
- Risk Management
The GGCA delivers 32 modules of training each year relating to each of the 4 skill areas.
Attended by over 100 in-house lawyers from Asia, US, Europe and the Middle East.
Over half of attendees are GCs in role and two thirds of the trainers are former GCs
GGCA was launched in 2014 following strong demand from CLO members
Chief Legal Officer
Academy kept up to date through the CLO network connection
Content is taken from over 500 CLO documents, including 28 Best Practice Guides
CPD hours delivered every year and recognised by The Law Society
Course length: 1/2 day - 4 hours in the morning.
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wmhbhz/global_general