The "Work" of In-house Counsel

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Putting the daily work aside along with the effort associated with managing outside counsel is there nothing left for in-house to work on if they have no direct reports and no leadership opportunities. Are they locked in a world where managing and leading are unnecessary traits and skills? Is simply “working” enough for in-house to do? I have stated for some time that in-house not only has abundant opportunities to lead and manage others (in ways other professionals do not) but also that they have an obligation to do so. Focusing on work at hand is not enough regardless of the size of the law department or the client/company.

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