Positive Trends for Women and Minority GCs in MCCA Survey

, Corporate Counsel


The number of women general counsel at Fortune 500 companies doubled from 1999 to 2008, according to a new survey published by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association. But does the study indicate any momentum for change?

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  • Lulaine

    This is a great development because it is only so long people will accept that there aren't any qualified applicants or the applications haven't come in. Hopefully there are going to be companies that read this so a movement can take hold and add diversity to the ranks. It can also avoid a lawsuit concerning the companies who might interview candidates but never hire them, a trend that can happen for years.


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