Majority of In-House Counsel Satisfied With Compensation, but Gender Gap Remains

Year-over-year total compensation for GCs grew modestly in 2019 and the majority of in-house attorneys are satisfied with their compensation, but a significant gender pay gap still exists, especially at the GC level, a study conducted by executive search firm BarkerGilmore found. We highlight key takeaways from the study of the compensation of 1,900 in-house counsel, including additional insight from BarkerGilmore. See “Hallmarks of High-Impact Compliance Programs and Compensation Trends for Compliance Officers Who Implement Them” (Sep. 25, 2019).

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