European GCs lack boardroom clout - poll
Less than a third (28%) of UK general counsel have a seat on their company's board of directors, according to new research, despite the widespread belief among senior in-house lawyers that it should be accepted practice. However, the study - which polled 180 European in-house lawyers and was conducted by top 10 City law firm Lovells - indicates that corporate counsel in the UK are represented better at boardroom level than across Europe as a whole.
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