Tag Archives: Inhouse

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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In-House Lifers at Job Market Disadvantage?

In-house lifers – those in-house counsel who have spent their entire careers as corporate counsel – are a special breed in the in-house counsel jobs market. Are in-house lifers at a disadvantage for their lack of law firm experience? The Lawyer … Continue reading

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LegalTech By The Numbers: In-House Lawyers Share Wants, Needs And Pain Points

Above the Law: “Since Xakia launched the Legal Operations Health Check, in-house counsel on five continents have completed the online assessment. Two months later, their responses provide a quantitative look at the real state of legal operations in departments of all … Continue reading

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How To Develop Your In-House Team

by Jason Bess, Senior Counsel, AutoZone, Inc., Submitted Post There is no shortage of stereotypes about attorneys. “Attorneys are bad at math,” “They can practice law but not run a business,” and “Lawyers aren’t good managers.” In 2016 the ABA … Continue reading

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