Law360, Chicago (February 15, 2017, 9:17 PM EST) -- In large law departments, in-house counsel who don't distinguish themselves are doomed to languish unnoticed among the masses. Here's how to make an impression with general counsel and other company leaders to move up the ranks.
Get Out of the Cubicle
In-house recruiter Mike Evers of Evers Legal says in-house counsel can stand out by getting out. In other words, once you venture out of your day-to-day duties, you're likely to meet and connect with people on the business side of your company. In law firms, lawyers have to impress their lawyer superiors, the partners and managing partners who will recommend...
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