As studies show that turnover rates in the legal profession continue to grow, many young attorneys are using large firms as classrooms to gain experience and judgment that will be valued in future jobs, notably as in-house counsel.

Robert S. Nix, who serves as the political action liaison for the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania, said he leveraged what he learned as a law firm associate to get a job as an in-house counsel. After working as an in-house counsel, Nix founded Phoenix Strategies, a political consulting firm.

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