Legal chiefs expect their outside counsel to be proactive in advising and educating them on innovative solutions that would contribute to their company’s success, according to a new study by Burford Capital, which provides specialized finance to the legal market.

More than 60% of respondents say that general counsel success can be heightened if they receive guidance from law firm partners about opportunities to add value to the business, the study found.

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