A significant disparity was found between compensation for male and female chief legal officers in the “Chief Legal Officers 2015 Survey,” released Thursday by the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC).

Male in-house chiefs were more likely than their female counterparts to report total compensation of more than $600,000—21 percent for men, 14 percent for women. But women were seven percentage points more likely than men to report compensation of less than $200,000.

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