The recent slowdown in venture capital funding probably won’t result in job losses for in-house lawyers, but those who work at startups likely will see their job descriptions change as budgets tighten.

That’s according to general counsel at startups, who say legal departments will likely turn to nonattorney layoffs, automation, and an “all hands on deck” approach that could include attorneys doing work not traditionally within the purview of legal departments.

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