Compensation for Chief Legal Officers at Large Texas Companies Up 11 Percent

For second straight year, GCs' average total compensation improved on a year-to-year basis

, Texas Lawyer

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Compensation for chief legal officers at 51 large Texas companies averaged $2,198,109 in 2011, up 11.8 percent from a 2010 average of $1,966,590 at 48 large Texas companies, according to Texas Lawyer's annual compensation report. The 2011 figures represent the highest average since 2007.

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