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How Female GCs Help Women Advance Their Law Careers

Law360 (March 19, 2018, 2:05 PM EDT) -- At the beginning of her career, Helen Browne said she wasn’t allowed to wear pants and often faced colleagues who questioned her employment since she was married to a working man. Now, as group general counsel of French multinational insurance firm AXA, she said it’s “hard to believe in my professional lifetime that things have changed so much.”

Progress has been made on gender equality in the legal profession. The number of female GCs in the Fortune 500 has risen almost annually since the Minority Corporate Counsel Association first published its General Counsel Survey in 1999. In 2000, just 43 women...

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