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career movement

  • Pivoting your career back to a law firm

    Most of the time, the next step will be an in-house position elsewhere. But there is a significant uptick in the number of inside counsel who are returning to law firms. And not as the worker bees.

  • How to leave your position gracefully

    With more employee turnover than ever among in-house counsel — and in the workplace at large — it’s especially timely to consider how to leave your position gracefully.

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