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Explanation: Speaking in general terms, "general counsel" is the top-honcho attorney of the legal department of a corporation. Deputy general counsel is, in general, an assistant general counsel, one of a few attorneys that comes underneath the general counsel. Depending on the context, it might be translated as "Consejero legal asistente," "Subdirector del departamento legal," or sub-something (whatever you have translated as General Counsel.