The grades are in on workforce diversity, and if this were school, California's largest law firms would barely be passing. Berkeley's Greenlining Institute released a report card Thursday summarizing how the legal profession has fared in hiring and promoting attorneys of various ethnic backgrounds. The report comes in two parts, one highlighting the percentage of minority associates recently employed at each firm, the other showing the percentage of minority partners. And the numbers are not encouraging.
California's Biggest Law Firms Receive Poor Marks for Minority Hiring
June 5, 2007