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Leigh Dance has written, published and spoken extensively on many aspects of global legal services, at major global conferences and in business and legal industry publications worldwide, including The Wall Street Journal.  Click here for our extensive archive of past (we believe still insightful!) published articles.

Dance is author of Bright Ideas:  Insights from Legal Luminaries Worldwide, published by Mill City Press and available on Amazon.  Bright Ideas is a compilation of 23 original essays by leaders and influencers around the world.

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Posts in Global legal services
Announcing New Global Counsel Leaders Circle Conference Dates

In November, the Global Counsel Leaders Circle will host our members and guests (multinational in-house legal and compliance leaders) in both New York and London.

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In-house counsel feeling cost pressures? Show your value.

Here’s a summary of my recent "Global In-House" column published in ALM’s Corporate Counsel. In the Global Counsel Leaders Circle’s 2017 Benchmark, we uncovered a secret to ensuring your corporate legal function's success. My advice in a nutshell is: Make your performance count.

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Develop Yourself: 18 Competencies for Global General Counsel

After two years gathering input from General Counsel, exec recruiters and those hiring corporate legal and compliance chiefs, I decided to share the list of competencies more broadely.  This post draws from my more detailed article published

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NEW Global 50 law firm website research: How do they measure up?

I’m delighted to have assisted Content Pilot as Global Advisor on their just-released Global 50 Law Firm Websites:  How Do They Measure Up? study.  It’s a high-quality, in-depth look on the 10 key factors for firm websites to get right

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To Boost Performance You'd Better Keep It Simple