I'm a law student looking out for adequate work experience. Recently, I came to know about LPO's and what are they for. So I need to know that can working as an intern in a LPO could help me become a corporate attorney? I mean is experience of LPO good enough to become an in-house counsel some day?
It is suggested that law students should focus on all types of experiences during their law school but if you have a specific goal it is appropriate to get targeted work for the same. One should consider their interests, work profile and the scope for growth in order to determine internships and starting jobs. LPO firms gives the lawyers an opportunity to perform global work in a corporate atmosphere. LPO firms provide world-class infrastructure and high-quality working conditions. LPO internships and work will be considered good for corporate sector and in-house counsel jobs.
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