Many attorneys wish to give up the law firm life and move in-house with a corporate law department. They cite such benefits as abandoning the hassles of timesheets and eliminating the pressure to develop business. They desire to be “closer to the action,” and eye the possibility of moving from law to the business side of a company in the future. The lure of stock options also is an important factor. Whether or not these enticements become reality, the siren call is almost irresistible.

Once you’ve decided to make the leap to the client side, where do you look?

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