As companies push for diversity in the legal industry, many still struggle with diversity and inclusion in-house, especially at the leadership level.  

Lawyers told Corporate Counsel in-house teams tend to be more diverse than big law firms overall, but that edge wanes when it comes to general counsel roles. In 2018, fewer than 20 percent of Fortune 500 general counsel were people of color and around one-third were women.

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