The International In-House Counsel Journal – substantive and management content by in-house attorneys
The International In-house Counsel Journal, established in 2007, publishes papers written exclusively by in-house counsel from around the world covering major areas of interest. Its website says “The papers are peer reviewed by an international editorial board of leading in-house counsel from across the world, each with an expertise within a specific jurisdiction and business sector.”
I read the Summer 2009 issue of IICJ and extracted a number of blog-suitable ideas (See my post of Dec. 15, 2009: use internal marketing group to improve your “brand image”; Dec. 15, 2009: top lawyers for regional groups of lawyers; Dec. 15, 2009: solo lawyers should not be junior; Dec. 22, 2009: draftsperson slur; Dec. 21, 2009: risk management checklist; and Dec. 22, 2009: interviews of new lawyers jointly with business heads of senior local counsel.).