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We are proud to introduce the R-3 100 program—a list of 100 women who will likely be ready in three years to become general counsel. Hence, R-3 100—“ready” in “three” years.
They collaborate closely: Information-sharing among AGs and their staffs has long been an important part of their operations.
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The FTC steps up enforcement as legislation stalls and consumer concerns multiply
In-house lawyers' compensation is increasing as their roles evolve
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These trailblazers are making a difference for women and minorities in-house and across the legal profession
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