What I have learned: private practice versus in-house

By Moutaz Abdullat

Timely advice for both in-house and private practice lawyers, from someone who has been successful in both spheres

I started my professional career in private practice and after almost seven years moved to work as in-house counsel for a series of multinational companies. I believe that the main difference between a private practice lawyer and in-house counsel is that the latter must always maintain a business mentality while working for his or her client.

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