Business leaders want their in-house lawyers to be more than just “lawyers,” they want them to be strategic thinkers and partners in operating the business. One problem is that no one teaches lawyers how to be “strategic” in a business context. In the video below, Sterling Miller, author, three-time general counsel and writer of the acclaimed Ten Things You Need to Know as In-House Counsel blog series, presents How to Be a Strategic In-House Lawyer and explains how to develop and demonstrate the strategic thinking skills that are becoming table stakes to succeed in an in-house environment. You’ll take away:

- What does “strategic” mean? - Moving beyond the tactical to the strategic. - What it takes for in-house lawyers to develop a “strategic” mindset and apply it every day.

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