Fri, Oct 30, 2015

Tim Strong published in Today’s General Counsel: “Rethinking the Legal Function”

For today’s general counsel, it’s no longer enough to be an excellent legal advisor. In order to manage legal departments, GCs must also be strong business leaders and experienced counselors. These functions can be both complementary and competing, so GCs should regularly take time to consider where skills, talents and acumen are best deployed. They should consider each situation in the context of specific challenges faced by their own industries, companies and the geographies in which they operate.

This article highlights several common situations that most GCs will face.

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