In today’s competitive legal market, employers aren’t just seeking attorneys with a solid grasp of the law; they’re searching for multifaceted individuals who can adeptly navigate an ever-evolving legal landscape. From tech-savviness to emotional intelligence, the criteria have expanded and diversified.
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Attorneys face numerous decisions as they establish their careers, including which law school to attend, which specialization to focus on, and in what geographical location they should seek employment. There’s one more major decision that they must make, and sometimes it occurs at multiple points throughout their careers: should they continue to work for a law firm or try to become in-house counsel?