Matheson In-House Network
Bringing in-house counsel together to share experiences and to enhance legal knowledge in a practical way
The Matheson In-House Network offers a focused programme of education, networking and related support services, specifically designed by former in-house lawyers to address the day-to-day needs of in-house counsel. This programme is designed to provide you with timely, relevant and practical information that will prove useful in your in-house role.
Features offered by the Matheson In-House Network include:
As a key feature of the Matheson In-House Network, we are pleased to host regular events that are specifically designed to address the information needs of in-house counsel. These events consist of legal and tax updates and discussions on practical aspects of day-to-day management for in-house counsel. Please let us know if there are particular topics that you would like us to consider for inclusion in a future Matheson In-House Network event.
The events typically last a maximum of two hours so as not to interfere with your working day. They are designed to be interactive and informal, focusing on matters that regularly arise in in-house practice, and will often feature a panel of your peers and guest speakers from industry. At the end of each event, you will be provided with relevant materials to take back to the office with you. You are always welcome to bring colleagues with you or to have them attend in your place.
Many of the Matheson In-House Network events also include a social element where you’ll have the opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues.
As part of our on-going client education programme, we circulate regular email bulletins containing updates on legal, tax and regulatory developments, with a particular focus on Irish and European developments. You can add or remove your name to or from these mailing lists at any time.
We regularly host briefings for clients to bring them up to speed with recent legislative changes, and members of the Matheson In-House Network also have access to these briefings.