Laying Groundwork to Becoming a General Counsel – A Recruiter’s Perspective

Becoming a General Counsel photoThe road to becoming a general counsel – a perspective from Jay Kim, a recruiter and Managing Director at MLA’s San Francisco office:

“Although there is no prescribed or set path to the general counsel (GC) role, there are proactive steps you can take to get to the ultimate seat, which I explained at our recent event with the ACC and DLA Piper: The Road to Becoming a General Counsel.  

The most common path to becoming a GC is first to gain solid legal training at a large law firm, focusing on a broad corporate generalist practice.”

Read: A Professional Recruiter’s Perspective on Laying Groundwork to Becoming a General Counsel.

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