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R3-100

A list of 100 women who are likely to become General Counsel in the next three years

In the August issue of InsideCounsel magazine, we profile and publicly recognize 100 women who may become general counsel in the Fortune 500 within the next three years. To find these leaders, we reach out to sitting general counsel, executive search firms and others, and ask leaders in the field to identify high potential candidates. The women recognized are invited to participate in the Mary Ann Hynes Leadership Institute in 2015.

Read about the 2014 R3-100.

View the complete list of honorees.

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