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Beware the pay gap: lawyers who shun an in-house switch

Max Walters, London

In part three of our series on private practice versus in-house work, lawyers explain why – despite an element of “the grass is always greener” – they have been happy to steer clear of in-house life

mindgapmainIn articles this month we have spoken to in-house lawyers – both junior and senior – about why they either left private practice or skipped it completely in favour of in-house work. 

Their reasons were plentiful: avoiding billable hours and broadening...

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