Law Week Colorado, in partnership with the Association of Corporate Counsel Colorado Chapter and Gibson Arnold & Associates, conducted a salary survey for in-house attorneys. The survey collected information from more than 200 in-house counsel, roughly 20 percent of Colorado’s in-house counsel population. The result of the survey is a look at the demographic information, salaries and benefits of corporate counsel in an attempt to “pull back the curtain” on compensation. The survey results are also being shared in conjunction with an ACC panel discussion Thursday and will be detailed further in the next issue of Law Week. The survey results show us that the wage gap isn’t necessarily cut-and-dry, that many attorneys don’t plan on sticking around in their jobs longer than five years, most Colorado legal departments are relatively small and that while the tech industry is booming when it comes to employment, it’s not necessarily where you’ll find the most money.