Whirlpool CCO Talks Compliance as Career Path for In-House Lawyers

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Kim Yapchai, chief compliance officer at Whirlpool, talks about the benefits of entering the compliance side of the in-house legal world.

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  • Shilpa Kala Nagaraja

    Rightly said. I had the same thought on mind a few months back. Compliance is an alternate and good career opportunity for an attorney. In fact, from 2 of my past roles I am handling compliance as part of my role. But havent made the total switch to compliance yet. The only fear and concern I always have is compliance is a very broad area. Everything and anything is considered as a compliance issue now a days.

  • Shilpa Kala Nagaraja

    Rightly said. I had the same thought on mind a few months back. Compliance is an alternate and good career opportunity for an attorney. In fact, from 2 of my past roles I am handling compliance as part of my role. But havent made the total switch to compliance yet. The only fear and concern I always have is compliance is a very broad area. Everything and anything is considered as a compliance issue now a days.

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