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Brave New Law: interview with Paul Boyle

24 July 2020

In this latest video for our Brave New Law series for GCs, Catherine McGregor speaks with Paul Boyle, Group Deputy General Counsel at Serco and Hilary Ross, Executive Partner of DWF’s London office.

In business, decision making is more fast paced than ever before. There’s more change in organisations than ever before; the practical and emotional costs of that have to be managed across teams and organisations. All of these factors produce challenges but also opportunities for leaders.

In this video for our Brave New Law series for GCs, Catherine McGregor speaks with Paul Boyle, group deputy general counsel at Serco and Hilary Ross, managing partner of DWF’s London office.

In 2015 Serco was on the brink of collapse but over the last 5 years it has turned itself around under a refreshed strategy. Paul joined in early 2017 and during that time and has helped to oversee a move toward much greater operational efficiency in the whole global legal team.

DWF is one of the few law firms to become a legal business listed on the FTSE index. It offers a range of services it can apply to clients’ needs not just legal ones. 

Hear what they both have to say about leading through change.
 
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Brave New Law: Interview

In this video for our Brave New Law series for GCs, Catherine McGregor speaks with Paul Boyle, Group Deputy General Counsel at Serco and Hilary Ross, Executive Partner of DWF’s London office.

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