General counsel are feeling the strain from increased stress, longer work hours and an emphasis on hypervigilance in an era of high-profile corporate scandals -- but even with all that, most remain content with their jobs and proud to be in-house lawyers. Those are among the findings of Corporate Counsel's latest survey on work-life issues. Even with the "Enron effect" making some lawyers feel like targets, it seems that, for GCs, the good vibe lives on.
Under the Scope
November 17, 2004
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