Looking for tips on transition from OC to in-house. Been a final candidate for a few roles, but haven’t closed. What’s a quality/trait that pushes a candidate over the finish line for you?
I practice employment defense at a regional firm, and would love to land in house somewhere. Will my experience in employment be useful? Also, how valuable is having my CIPP/US cert?
Hi, I need to implement external billing guidelines. Does anyone have recs on where to find good templates/models? Thanks!.
Advice on becoming in house counsel from a contract analyst/specialist position? I am a lawyer with and MBA and 3 years experience as a contract analyst
Anyone have advice for someone making the dive into an in-house counsel role? I've been in private practice, but will be joining a very large company next month. I'm nervous, excited, etc.
Hello everyone! Saw today's ATL post with an "Insider Guide To What In-House Lawyers Want." Click-bait headline aside, do you think it's accurate?