Millennials often jump from job to job for a better growth opportunity or a higher salary. However, clear communication and feedback, along with giving them responsibilities to grow within the company, can keep young in-house attorneys from looking for a new job every couple of years.

Lauren Strackbine, 32, associate general counsel at the Jacksonville Jaguars in Jacksonville, Florida, said she went in-house at AMN Healthcare after graduating from California Western School of Law because she knew that working at a law firm was not what she wanted to do.

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