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Recently, Assigned Counsel® hosted a roundtable discussion titled Pathways to Becoming General Counsel. One of the central themes that evolved focused on the value of
I. Becoming General Counsel “There is no one path to getting to be a GC of an entity. There are multiple ways of doing it.
There are many instances throughout the year when the General Counsel (GC) and the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) must collaborate on legal/financial concerns because both
Evolutions in markets and economies place high demand on companies to scale, flex, and adapt, across an array of business units and departments simultaneously. Even
Preparing for retirement compels General Counsel to construct new plans and embrace their position in unfamiliar territory: a world of drastically expanded free time. Clio’s
In our last blog about law department succession planning, we discussed the importance of conducting some soul-searching before taking the plunge into retirement. The ability
Retirement is all about readiness, and the last few years made seasoned attorneys reexamine their retirement plans. In fact, one-third of retirement-age attorneys in the
Like the rest of the corporate world, law departments are encountering more vanishing candidates. It’s not uncommon for experienced attorneys to enter your hiring funnel,
A multigenerational workforce offers significant benefits to any company, and law department leadership can optimize those benefits by working to harmonize their respective efforts. Remarkably,
An article published by The American Bar Association recently called attention to how difficult the market truly is for hiring attorneys. For legal departments and