Inside Counsel has suggested ways for general counsels to save money.
General counsels are increasingly globally-oriented, according to an article in The Global Legal Post.
In-House Interrogatory will be mediating a discussion on mediation this week.
For general counsels, it's always business. Not personal.
Legal education is blending with the in-house world up North.
The in-house legal department: Is it a woman's world?
How can in-house counsel ensure they are handling insurance claims properly?
A former general counsel has found a new calling. Jack Friedman, who worked for telecommunications and financial companies for 30 years, was laid off at the beginning of the recession in 2008. When he couldn’t find another job in the tumultuous legal industry, he started giving student tours in East Coast cities. He now works […]
The billable hour is not dead. At least according to a panel of corporate counsels in Missouri. A group of general counsels discussed their jobs and challenges in the legal industry at a Missouri Lawyers Weekly event in St. Louis. The five-member panel mostly agreed that paying by the hour was still the preferred method. […]
To merge or not to merge. That is the question.
Time Inc.’s associate general counsel has written a novel. Helen Wan’s novel, “The Partner Track,” is about a woman who struggles with race and gender issues while trying to succeed in the legal industry. Wan said she intended for the book to be an “unvarnished” glimpse of the legal world and says it addresses diversity […]