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Inside Counsel Salaries Brighten as Skillsets Widen

Inside Counsel Salaries Brighten as Skillsets Widen

A handful of recent surveys indicate that in-house compensation is rising even as businesses expect more from corporate lawyers – both in terms of workload and skillsets. “An in-house attorney with 10 or more years’ experience working at a large company (with $250 million in revenue or more) can expect to take in 3.4 percent more in 2016 than in ... Read More »

Trends in ELM: LexisNexis CounselLink Annual Customer Conference

CounselLink User Conference 2014

The CounselLink team has opened up registration for the 2014 CounselLink Annual Customer Conference.  This year the conference will be held in the relatively quiet country side of Northern Virginia – about 30 miles west of Washington, DC.   This year’s event will focus on the challenges and opportunities facing corporate legal departments. We’ll be hosting a series of panel ... Read More »

How Inside Counsel can Use Data and Analytics

inside counsel data analytics

Is cost an effective metric of value delivered to an organization? Kris Satkunas, who approaches corporate legal department metrics with a numerical focus, made a compelling case. In her recent post, Legal Department Metrics: Cost vs. Value, she notes that cost while widely used isn’t the only logical measure of value. She’s written fairly extensively on the topic including a ... Read More »