Tag Archives: Inhouse

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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Transitioning from a Law Firm to In-House Counsel

Making the move from a law firm to in-house counsel can be daunting, but fortunately there is no shortage of tips to assist you. Keep an open mind and remember that the grass is not always greener – you will … Continue reading

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In-House Job Searchers: In Case You Were Wondering…It’s NOT you!

In-house job searchers often feel frustrated and flabbergasted when they don’t hear back from their job applications. Before you go into full-on freak-out mode, please understand that in many cases, it’s not you: “A job search can be jarring.  The process … Continue reading

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Up Your Leadership Game for In-House Interviews

by Elena Deutsch, Founder, WILL – Women Interested in Leaving (big) Law Recently, a personal contact shared an in-house listing.  I forwarded it to a client who promptly got an interview. After the interview my contact called and told me … Continue reading

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