If you were previously part of a law firm or a training company, you were regularly asked to ensure that your legal expertise remained optimal at all times.
As a legal interim manager, you are asked to go on one exciting mission after another, and after going on three, four or five missions, you suddenly realise that two or three years have passed at lightning speed. Materials you practice regularly may have changed significantly without you noticing. This is all the more relevant for legal interim managers, who provide their services at companies that do not have legal departments. Indeed, as the only legal adviser, who could alert you to such legislative changes, judicial progressions, or new doctrinal opinions? Probably nobody.
Therefore, between each mission, do not hesitate to brush up on your legal knowledge.
Participate in training sessions - there are plenty - in the subjects that you practice regularly. Read magazines and chat with your colleagues or professional acquaintances.
This will avoid unpleasant surprises during - or worse, after - a project. You have chosen to work independently and you work for prominent companies in their fields. For this picture to be complete: Continue training!