Things Are Looking Up for In-house Counsel Hiring

, Corporate Counsel


A new legal hiring trends survey from Robert Half Legal looks ahead to the next six months, and finds that the future is bright for in-house legal professionals.

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  • Denver Lawyer

    Are in house departments beginning to look for more experienced lawyers or still only wanting junior staffers so they can keep salaries low?

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