A Legal Advisor is essentially a lawyer who provides legal counsel to a large corporation or organization. They might be referred to as “in-house lawyers,” “in-house counsel” or “corporate counsel.” A Legal Advisor typically specializes in a specific area of law. They could be involved in labor or contract disputes, compensation issues, harassment suits or other workplace conflicts. They also provide general legal advice about corporate decisions regarding corporate growth, mergers or other practices.

Legal Advisors generally work in the legal departments of large corporations. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, their employment category of lawyer will realize 6 percent job growth through 2024. This growth can be partially attributed to the continuing trend of large companies expanding in-house legal teams over this time period.To successfully deliver sound counsel to corporate employers, Legal Advisors must be able to complete various tasks. We analyzed job listings and other resources and found the following to be core Legal Advisor duties and responsibilities.

 

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