- The importance of understanding the business
- The value of growing your network and nurturing relationships
- The mutual benefits of mentorship
- The advantage of ongoing education
- And more
Over the years, the General Counsel role has evolved considerably, and the pathway to becoming one can look different for each individual who aspires to the position. Whether coming from a law firm background, private practice, or another in-house role, the strategies you put in place now will help prepare you for leadership opportunities down the road.
We asked well-established current and former GCs to discuss their individual route to overseeing in-house counsel. Their stories encompass both struggles and successes, providing real-life strategies for how to confidently distinguish yourself as General-Counsel material.