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The Chief Legal Counsel and Company Secretary, Pacific, at Mercer notes a few things that would have made becoming an in-house lawyer a bit easier.

Six years of law school taught me where to find the law and how to apply it to solve problems.

10 years in private practice taught me to ask probing questions and gave me the discipline for drafting bullet-proof legal documents and advice.

It also taught me the importance of client service and business development.

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