The gender gap – what ambitious female in-housers can do to push their career on
When Mary Ann Hynes became general counsel of tax and business law publisher CCH in 1979 she was the first woman ever to reach the top legal position in a Fortune 500 company. Since then, the number of female GCs has increased significantly but, with 101 women now holding the title across the largest US corporates, 80% of Fortune 500 GC roles are still held by men...
Sofia Lind reports on a new book which aims to help female lawyers realise their in-house career ambitions
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