Mike Evers recruits attorneys for corporate legal departments throughout the United States. Please visit www.everslegal.com. His firm also offers experienced in-house counsel to companies on an adjunct basis.
Instead of assimilation, we should be striving for what I call exceptional integration. This is two-way integration: the kind that gives voice to multiple viewpoints and cultural upbringings.
IC’s Mary J. Hynes Institute leads the way in gaining the kind of valuable training that will help you advance from within or become even more marketable to your next employer.
Let’s start talking about job security and training. Many general counsel tend to shy away from these topics when interviewing to fill openings.
Three leading general counsel provide advice that junior to mid-level inside counsel can use to build their boardroom presence, an essential quality companies seek when making a senior level hire.
Top legal officers from of Hill-Rom, Girl Scouts of Chicago and Northwest Indiana, and Ingersoll Rand Industrial Technologies discusses mentor relationships in the legal realm.
Many general counsel are great lawyers and boardroom consiglieres but struggle when it comes to leading the sizable law department.
I asked our experts, “When hiring for your department, what are the two most important personal character traits you seek in a candidate?”
This column is the first in a new format featuring advice directly from exceptional general counsel throughout the U.S.
When inside counsel call our firm to ask about new opportunities, we often hear some version of “I don’t like my boss” as the key motivator for seeking a move.
A general business publication named Crain’s ran an article recently about the very small percentage of women holding CEO, CFO and lead business development titles.