In-house lawyers have overwhelmingly described themselves as happy in their jobs - and half the lawyers in private practice say they want to make the switch to being a corporate counsel. Sophie Evans reports
In-house lawyers have the job that many lawyers aspire to, and say they are more contented than their private practice counterparts. A survey of Legal Week readers conducted by recruiters Pure Legal suggests that working as a corporate counsel meets the expectations of those who have made the move from a law firm to an in-house role.
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