Ethics have calculable value - ECLA
On 20 October 2017 ECLA had its General Assembly, in the premises of the Law Society of England and wales in London. Apart from the usual topics such as 2018 budget and financial situation, the discussion was concentrated on the possible outsourcing of administrative, lobbying and consulting services to a specialised company, which will have the task to bring ECLA on a more professional and influential level.
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Ethics have calculable value

Sergio Marini talks about the ethics of the in-house lawyer, their crucial role today in safeguarding the correct performance of the company towards its employees and the civil society. Please read the full article published in the February/March issue of Today’s General Counsel.

Please read the full article published on February/March issue of Today’s General Counsel.