This is the second in a two-part series.

Attorneys make it to the general counsel role not only because of their legal savvy. Even before they get there, lawyers poised to take on a GC position realize that understanding the law is not enough. As a part of the leadership team, today’s GC must help create competitive advantages for their business and position the company for long-term success. While a sound legal mind is required, so too are a variety of additional skills.

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