Deputy General Counsel Jobs

Want to become a General Counsel, Chief Legal Officer or a Chief Compliance Officer? The path to the top often involves navigating a series of upward moves including becoming a Director of Legal, VP of Legal, Head of Legal or a Deputy General Counsel. Deputy General Counsel jobs are often the last step before an in-house attorney reaches a top level position, and many Deputy GCs are either positioned to succeed the current General Counsel or are in a great position to take a General Counsel, Chief Legal Officer or Chief Compliance Officer position at another organization. Remember, sometimes candidates have to look outside of their organization to move up.

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Don’t forget to check back here daily as new jobs are added frequently. Some articles relating to GC jobs are also included below the links to the job postings, as they are just as relevant for Deputy General Counsel jobs and similar positions as they are for jobs at the top rung.

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GC Compensation. While searching for Deputy GC jobs, get a sense of general counsel salary figures in different geographic areas. Deputy General Counsel compensation can vary significantly by region, industry and company size.

Land the Deputy GC Job. Deputy GC jobs are not only hard to find, they are hard to get. Get some tips on how to get in-house counsel jobs generally, which also apply to general counsel jobs.

Listen to GCs. If you want to eventually be a General Counsel, listen to career advice from successful General Counsel.

Is Your Deputy GC Resume Ready? Prep your Deputy General Counsel resume to make sure you give yourself the best chance at getting Deputy GC jobs.

Remember that Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day. You have to lay the groundwork to become a General Counsel.

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