Chicago City Hall’s top attorney is looking to rein in the city’s reliance on outside counsel after it spent more money on private-practice lawyers than its own in the 2018 fiscal year.In an interview with the Daily Law Bulletin, Corporation Counsel Mark A. Flessner on Friday said the city’s $41.6 million spending on outside counsel exceeded the $38.7 million budgeted in 2018, including $1.6 million in …