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What GCs Need To Know That They Don't Learn In Law School

Law360 (February 15, 2018, 2:52 PM EST) -- Whether it's understanding how to clearly communicate legal matters to other executives within a company or decisively making a recommendation, general counsel across various industries agree there are certain key traits involved in their multidisciplinary responsibilities that weren't part of their law school curriculum.

Top in-house lawyers traditionally focused on practicing law in a corporate environment. But their functions have evolved from interpreting the law to more broadly applying legal issues in a larger business context, embracing risk, collaborating seamlessly with the executive team and growing...
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