Survey: In-House Counsel Embrace Responsibility, Desire Advancement Opportunities

In-House Counsel Embrace Responsibility

The results are in and have been tallied, and it is clear that in-house counsel embrace responsibility – and desire advancement opportunities. This survey, conducted by EversLegal, has other interesting results so head over and check it out:

“As any in-house counsel is likely to tell you, their role in both a legal department and the overall organization presents both rewards and challenges. As highly educated professionals—often with years of experience already under their belts—in-house counsel at all levels of a company have important jobs that require specialized skills. But are they happy in their careers? At Evers Legal, that’s a question we’ve pondered for a long time—and two years ago, we decided to ask our subscribers in our first-ever Evers Legal Career Satisfaction Survey. This year, we asked again. Not surprisingly, and just as we learned from our results in 2016, in-house counsel at all levels—from legal counsel to chief legal officer—have an above-average career satisfaction level of 3.43, on a scale of 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest). And they find their jobs highly satisfying in many ways.”

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