How to Get an In-House Counsel Job

If you are like many lawyers, at one or more times in your life you will ask yourself a simple question: “How do I get an in-house counsel job?”. This may happen after a soul-crushing week pulling all-nighters at a Biglaw firm, or even while ensconced in an office tower working at a different in-house counsel job. Sure, you can jump immediately to our in-house counsel job board, or if you are more senior, check out our General Counsel Jobs page. However, there is no dearth of written guidance on the topic. Here are some posts to review that will help you through the process: Why In-House? An initial question you should ask yourself is why you are going in-house.  If you are a lawyer working at a law firm, there are many reasons why going in-house may be a good career choice.  In some cases, as many recruiters will tell you, changing law firms may be a way for you to address the issues you are encountering.  Check out…

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