Stephanie Dominy – Snyk

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‘There is a creative and artistic side to me but also a very pragmatic and logical one. While I left that creative side behind, sometimes it still wants to get out.’ From speaking to Stephanie Dominy, general counsel of the hyper-complicated, open-source software security start-up Snyk, both her logical and creative credentials are in no …

Ahmed Badr – GoCardless

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Ahmed Badr did not want to be a lawyer. A self-professed ‘huge geek’ at school, he was never happier than when sat a computer doing some programming or web design. ‘You would never find me playing football,’ he reflects.

Anthony Kenny – GSK

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The In-House Lawyer (IHL): Can you describe your career path so far and tell us a little bit about your current role at GSK?

Philip Price – TP ICAP

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The In-House Lawyer (IHL): Describe your career before your current role with TP ICAP and the company today.

Lindsay Beardsell – Tate & Lyle

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Lindsay Beardsell is never one to rest on her laurels. She trained and qualified at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer but, as is the case for so many established general counsel, private practice failed to satisfy the need to be closer to a business.

Julian Homerstone – Virgin Atlantic

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The transatlantic airline’s GC talks to The In-House Lawyer about what it takes to advise one of the world’s most high-profile carriers amid a global pandemic.

Dan Webster – Harrods

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The retail group GC talks to The In-House Lawyer about what it takes to advise one of the world’s most recognised department stores.

Ria Sanz – AngloGold Ashanti

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The mining firm’s in-house counsel considers the keys to success and the importance of values when heading a legal and compliance team.

Rupert Skellett – Beggars Group

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As general counsel for one of the UK’s premier record companies, Rupert Skellett tells The In-House Lawyer about the realities of being at the forefront of negotiations with some of the world’s most exciting artists.