Amid the pressure that general counsel face in an economy with a moribund stock market, an unemployment rate of 8.1% and ballooning bankruptcies, a select group of in-house leaders continues to demonstrate innovation. They have shown particular finesse in managing their legal departments, choosing outside counsel and remaining committed to diversity in their own ranks and those of the law firms they hire. We have highlighted 20 attorneys whose leadership has proven strong during the turmoil in the legal industry.
Most Influential General Counsel
The National Law Journal
March 30, 2009
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