A strong legal culture is a legacy all GCs can leave in the businesses they serve. Once a GC inculcates the right DNA in her company, the business and its employees can go on automatic pilot, knowing intuitively what to do. Here are five core principles a GC needs to instill in an organization to create a culture that will continue to generate smart decisions long after the GC leaves.

1. The Law Empowers

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