The population of minority and women general counsel for top U.S. companies grew in 2019 to the highest number that the Minority Corporate Counsel Association has recorded in the past 15 years. 

But while progress is being made, Fortune 1000 companies continue to routinely hire more men and white lawyers over women and minority chief lawyer candidates, according to the MCCA’s latest report, which is slated for public release Sept. 9. 

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