We are conducting the first truly systematic overview of legal teams working in Africa or working internationally with responsibility for Africa as part of their remit. This research will help us understand the true nature of the Africa-facing in-house legal community and how the needs and demands of in-house legal departments working across the continent are changing. The results will provide useful data points allowing you to benchmark your team against your peers and help to support you in stakeholder conversations, leading to more informed decision making.

Run as part of What In-house lawyers Need (WIN) our multi award-winning programme exclusively for in-house lawyers we invite you to complete the survey, which should take no more than ten minutes to complete. A copy of the report will be made available to you, should you wish to receive it. Your responses will be treated as anonymous unless you specify otherwise.*

The survey can be completed here.

We really appreciate your time in responding to the survey. Please share the survey with your colleagues and peers in the in-house lawyer community and encourage them to register to WIN to be among the first to receive this report early next year.

We look forward to sharing the results of this exciting and long overdue study of in-house legal teams in Africa with you.

If you have any queries or feedback, please email [email protected].

*The survey is run jointly between DLA Piper and The Legal500 and all data is collected and handled in accordance with the privacy policies of The Legal 500 and DLA Piper.

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