The legal departments of 31 companies have spent a total of $1.6 billion with minority- and women-owned law firms since 2010 as part of an initiative administered by the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms.

In 2018 alone, the corporate legal departments at Google, 3M, Bank of America and Target, among others, spent $240 million with NAMWOLF firms. This year, Walgreens and Honda signed on to the initiative as well, bringing the total amount of participating clients to 33.

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