Making the in-house move
Gone are the days when heads of legal struggled to fill in-house roles with quality lawyers. There is now a plethora of private practice lawyers chasing after a small pool of in-house opportunities, say Siobhan Kinsella and James Beale
The role of the in-house lawyer continues to evolve. Historically, those who choose to move into industry were seen by some as the poorer cousin of their private practice counterparts -in more than just the literal sense.
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