US advisers win increased confidence from in-housers

Morris, Helen
December 2005
Lawyer;12/12/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 48, p8
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a survey of U.S. law firms regarding lawyers' satisfaction with their companies. According to the annual chief legal officer survey conducted by the Association of Corporate Counsel and Altman Weil Inc., in-house chief legal officers are usually more satisfied with their law firms. Efforts are being made by law firms to provide efficient services to their clients. The survey found that several law departments have converged their law firms and dismissed lawyers who were not performing well.


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