If anyone should know what it takes to be a successful in-house attorney, it would be Kenneth E. Bunge, who spent a decade as managing attorney for United Technologies Corp. His job included hiring, performance counseling and career coaching for the Fortune 50 company’s 230 lawyers worldwide.

This is the company that owns Carrier (which invented air conditioning), Otis (which invented the elevator), Pratt & Whitney (engines), Sikorsky (aircraft), Hamilton Sundstrand (aerospace) and so on. Bunge said he knew all of the lawyers by name and counseled each one at least annually on their career development. Some of them still call him, even though he retired from the company.

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