Eight-five percent of chief legal officers and general counsel find their careers rewarding despite increased corporate governance demands and sometimes tense relationships with independent auditors, according to a new Association of Corporate Counsel survey. Chief legal officers responding to the association's eighth annual survey also anticipate that nearly a third expected to add staff over the next year and that records management would be an emerging issue for in-house attorneys this year.
Majority of GCs Like Their Job; One-Third Plan to Hire More In-House Help
The National Law Journal
April 17, 2008