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Becoming in house counsel is the Holy Grail for a lot of attorneys. The common perception is that you put in ten grueling years at a law firm, and then you can jump to a cushy in house position. But are these tales of leisure for in house counsel just myths?
To say that all in house lawyers work less hours and enjoy a better quality of life than their law firm counterparts would be untrue. Depending upon who you ask, in house counsels can have as many deadlines and work just as many hours as the associate at the largest firms.
Here are three common myths of in house counsel, and a more realistic set of expectations, as compiled by Corporate Counsel.
In house counsel jobs are different from law firm positions. But the stereotype that in house counsel jobs are easier, may just be a myth.
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