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In-House Counsel Recruiting

We Are Strategic Advisers and World Class Matchmakers.

After more than 35 years in business, our search consultants have developed trusted relationships with both corporate law departments and C-suite leaders and the top talent they seek.

Our deep institutional knowledge of how an in-house legal and compliance function can most efficiently operate allows us to adeptly identify individuals with the requisite skills, experience and cultural fit for any organization.

Our Expertise is Focused For You

With immediate access to leading lawyers, C-suite executives and compliance professionals globally, we are able to attract the highest quality candidates that can change the trajectory of your department—individuals who will make significant contributions that will positively impact the health and success of an organization, including:
  • General Counsel
  • Chief Legal Officer
  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • Chief IP Counsel
  • Vice President, Global Intellectual Property
  • Director, Ethics & Compliance
  • Director, Legal Operations
  • Deputy General Counsel
  • Corporate Counsel

Make-Buy Analysis

Do you know the true cost of hiring an inside counsel? We know the answer. Let us show you with our Make-Buy Analysis Tool.

The Make-Buy Analysis Tool calculates what it costs you to hire an internal lawyer and shows you the cost savings compared to using outside counsel. You may be surprised to learn that accounting for all employee costs—including salary, bonus, payroll taxes, support and overhead—hiring internally is the most cost-efficient way to address your legal department work needs.

Connect with one of our in-house counsel recruiters to explore the tool and discover your potential cost savings!

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