Tag Archives: Inhouse

In-House Workloads Are Increasing as Economy Booms

In-house workloads are increasing and law departments are busier than over. Thank the booming economy and record low unemployment, with many companies unable to find candidates in an incredibly tight legal market with thousands of in-house counsel job openings. How … Continue reading

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What’s Hot And What’s Not In The In-House Counsel Marketplace

If you are an in-house counsel, you have to keep your ear to the ground and listen to what the experts are saying about the in-house counsel marketplace. Even if you are comfortably ensconced in a plum position, the competition … Continue reading

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Be A Purple Squirrel To Get Hired In-House

Want a plum in-house counsel job? Or a coveted GC job? Be a purple squirrel! Many in-house jobs require a combination of skill sets and are not like Biglaw jobs that are often siloed into narrow practice areas or transaction … Continue reading

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Ten Things: Essential Issues for In-House Counsel

Sterling Miller, author, former GC and long-time in-house lawyer, former Biglaw lawyer, what else can be said. Oh yes, his Ten Things blog – a great resource for in-house counsel. We hope to see more of his blog postings this … Continue reading

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SM&CR – The role of in-house legal / general counsel

Two years ago the FCA issued a statement regarding its supervisory intentions concerning whether an individual in charge of a firm’s legal function required approval under the Senior Managers’ and Certification Regime (SM&CR). Specifically, the statement was in response to … Continue reading

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