When Mary Ann Hynes was named general counsel of information services provider CCH Inc. in 1979, at the age of 32, she became the first woman to hold the role in a Fortune 500 company.

Now, after serving in the same position at four other global businesses, she’s delighted to look out from her current seat as senior counsel at Dentons and observe that 25 percent of Fortune 500 GCs are women.

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