I want to go in-house at a relatively high level (GC or report to GC) at a small to mid-size company. Thoughts on when a Corp associate has enough experience to make the move? (More info below)
Just got passed for a position in-house at a Fortune 300 company. 2019 grad with 2 full years of in-house experience in law school. This sucks. Should I focus on law firm positions?
2015 grad, straight inhouse to Fortune 50, now at another multinat doing tech transactions. I love tech, data... but am bored and doing repetitive work. Is this how inhouse is? Repetition?
4th year considering switching from big law to in-house. What is the expected pay cut? Is the decrease worth it? How hard is it to get back into to big law a few years down the line? Am I too junior?
Starting a new position as GC for a small company. I have experience reviewing contracts and doing some LE work. I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for resources that may be helpful?
Mummy of 1 and 2 year olds. Bilingual (French) have an LLB (equiv of a JD) and have a New York License. I need some open doors soon. Any advice please?
I’m a financial services regulatory / Fintech lawyer (3 pqe) in Singapore, looking for a break in the financial services regulatory / Fintech space in US.
Thoughts on whether skills in an in-house government role would translate well to an in-house role in the private sector?
I’m currently recruiting for an in-house position in SF at a fast growing fin tech company. 4+ years of experience, ideally experience with banking regulations. DM for details.
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?