Josh Beser went to law school because he was interested in the intersection between business and the law—but working in a law firm after graduation, he wasn’t getting that type of experience.

“Being at a firm, we only saw a small part of our clients’ life cycles, often at major inflection points typically during financing, merger and acquisitions, or crises,” Beser says. “I knew I wanted to learn more about the other 99 percent of what happened in these companies, and thought going in-house would be the best way to do that.”

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