The percentage of women clinical faculty at law schools nearly doubled over the past 30 years, but progress has been much slower among minority clinicians, a new report has found.

Minorities now compose 20% of all full-time law school clinicians—up from 9% in 1981. By contrast, the percentage of women teaching clinics full time increased from 33% to 62% during that same time period, according to a new study of clinician faculty demographics conducted by a committee of the Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA).

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