ThinkHouse

Thinkhouse for General Counsel - Redefine your outlook

The role of General Counsel (GC) is where a business' legal and commercial priorities combine. The challenges that face you are those of both a leader and a lawyer. With a constantly evolving political, economic and digital landscape, you need to be equipped with both the knowledge and the confidence to navigate a disruptive world.

The ThinkHouse General Counsel programme offers exclusive access to small private group activities focussed around specific business challenges. Understanding that your role often stands alone to both leadership and the in-house legal team, the programme offers you the opportunity to discuss the issues you face with genuine peers. Our members all face a similar agenda and appreciate a confidential forum where they can embark on detailed commercial discussions with a legal angle.

Events and Networking for General Counsel

The bespoke workshops, dinners and roundtable events that we run throughout the year will give you the chance to participate in in-depth discussions and consider specific areas of interest, often focussing on how issues are delivered to the board. By joining the ThinkHouse General Counsel programme you have the opportunity to develop relationships with fellow GCs working in businesses across sectors while learning from others' experiences.

Join ThinkHouse for GCs

At Gowling WLG we advise companies of all sectors and sizes – including many FTSE 100 and 250 businesses, Fortune 500 corporations, financial institutions and public bodies. Many of our lawyers have experienced being in-house leaders in the past or working on client secondments and understand the complexity of the GC role. ThinkHouse was built on this experience to provide a programme of development and networking for all levels of in-house counsel. In addition to our programme for GCs, we also offer pathways for junior and senior in-house counsel. Register for ThinkHouse today to start receiving invitations to our exclusive events programme.