Many chief executives at U.S. companies want their general counsel to be “more strategically involved” in the business decisions and leadership of their companies, according to a newly released survey of more than 100 public and private corporate CEOs.

And while the trend of placing GCs in senior executive and leadership roles at corporations has been growing, especially at public companies, the majority of CEOs say they want more from the GCs, according to the survey conducted by Chief Executive Group, a media and peer networks-oriented group for CEOs, and BarkerGilmore, an executive search firm.

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