One in four in-house lawyers feel like “second-class citizens” as a result of a key European ruling on privilege for corporate counsel, according to a new poll.

Twenty-six percent of respondents to the latest The Verdict survey, conducted in association with Davies Arnold Cooper, said the recent Akzo Nobel ruling made them feel like ‘second-class citizens’ compared with lawyers in private practice.

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