Communicating Effectively With In-House Counsel | Karen Delaney

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Many attorneys start their careers in a law firm setting. Often, those roles require working with in-house counsel to provide legal services to a company. How can attorneys transition from a client service role into working directly for the client? Join Todd Smith and Jody Sanders as they visit with Karen Delaney of Delaney Legal PLLC about her experience going from law firm to in-house to solo practice. Karen provides advice for attorneys who are looking to change their practice or role and how to navigate different paths. She also offers tips for attorneys in any legal job to communicate effectively with in-house and non-legal decision makers to help them reach their business and organizational goals. Finally, she discusses the pros and cons of setting up a virtual legal practice.

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