JAPAN

Japan's Lawyers Heading In-House

An oversupply of so-called bengoshi has led to greater hiring by corporate legal departments.

, The Asian Lawyer

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An oversupply of so-called bengoshi has led to greater hiring by corporate legal departments.

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  • Mcalhoun

    Bengoshi career-paths often look different from those of corporate lawyers in the US or UK. I wonder what affects this shift toward in-house work will have? See for instance -- https://hligroup.wordpress.com/2012/03/14/what-bengoshi-can-teach-us-about-local-practices/

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