By this point, most firms are making a concerted effort on a daily basis to address the industry’s longstanding struggles with the promotion and inclusion of diverse attorneys and women, but our associates survey shows more is needed to keep everyone satisfied.

Minority attorneys gave lower scores on average in every category, when compared with white midlevel associates. The most dramatic difference was in their expectation to stay two years or more at their current firm—the average score was 4.181 for white associates and 4.072 for minority associates.

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