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A lawyer I barely know asked me to recommend him for a legal position at my company – and I’m feeling a bit uncomfortable about it. What’s the proper etiquette for this type of situation?
I’m an associate at a top ranked law firm and a few partners are leaving to start their own firm. I’ve been invited to join, but I’m worried that the lack of brand recognition will hurt my career. Will it?
I recently achieved my goal of being a General Counsel. Is having a career strategy still important?
I’m the GC of a large public company subsidiary and want to make a move. For which roles am I most marketable? Would accepting a non-GC role hurt my career? If not, what titles are ok?
I’m a senior manager, but now considering a more junior role to balance my home life. Is that possible? How does a lawyer take a “step down” without appearing tainted?
I am an in house lawyer with no direct reports. How do I address this deficiency when interviewing for a job that requires management experience?
My management team is dysfunctional and the culture is terrible. How honest should I be about this in an interview? What should I say when asked my reasons for leaving?
I have accepted a written offer, but my current employer has come back again and offered me more enticing money. Would it be bad if I reneged on my acceptance and stayed?
I’m a lawyer, but want to move into Business Development. Will this hurt my legal career if I ever wanted to go back to practicing law?
I’ve been in my job for 2 1/2 years and my friends tell me I need to move now or employers will think my experience is stale. Is this true?
I’m interviewing for a job and want to telecommute 1-2 days a week, but I don’t want give the impression that I don’t want to work hard or it’s all I care about. Should I raise the issue immediately or wait?
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