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[Corporate Counsel] Renee Meisel, GC of UnitedLex, on Understanding and Growing the Business

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In an article that appeared in Corporate Counsel/Law.com on March 27, 2024, Renee Meisel discusses with reporter Trudy Knockless her career trajectory and how legal ops and the legal department can foster better relationships.

“Recently, I came across a list of newly appointed GCS, and what struck me was that amidst a long list dominated by male names, there were only about two or three female names. Seeing this compiled on a list made me realize the lack of female representation in upward mobility within companies. It made me question whether women are adequately represented in promotion decisions or if they need to seek opportunities outside their current organizations.”

Meisel, originally from a rural town called Broken Arrow in Oklahoma and a proud member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, describes herself at heart as a simple country girl.

However, Meisel’s professional journey is anything but simple. For the past five months, she has served as the executive vice president and general counsel for UnitedLex, which provides support services to law firms and corporate legal departments.

Meisel went on to discuss what attracted her to UnitedLex, fostering effective relationships between legal operations and the legal department, and advice for aspiring in-house legal leaders. Read the full article here: Renee Meisel, GC of UnitedLex, on Understanding and Growing the Business | Corporate Counsel (law.com).

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