For five years, McKinsey & Co. and LeanIn.Org have been issuing their annual report on women in the workplace. During those years, women have been urged to lean in—and many did just that. Then, the #MeToo era erupted with a force mightier than many of us could have imagined, toppling the mighty, including leaders in Big Law.

So what’s the upshot of all this on women’s place in the workforce? Practically nothing. Perhaps it takes more than five years to see the impact, but for now women don’t have much to show in the way of progress.

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