Most legal departments prefer to add more in-house lawyers as opposed to adding work for outside counsel, according to a new survey. But it looks like this year, many departments might not have the opportunity to bring on any extra lawyers.

Special Counsel’s Parker + Lynch, an executive recruiting and consulting firm, surveyed more than 500 legal professionals in the second half of 2017 for its first-ever 2018 In-House Legal Trends Survey.

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