Without a boost in Asian American enrollment in law schools, the number of such lawyers in the United States will stagnate by 2030 after four decades of growth.

That’s the key takeaway from a new article by California Supreme Court Associate Justice Goodwin Liu and two 2019 Yale Law School graduates—Miranda Li and Phillip Yao—set to appear in an upcoming edition of the University of California Davis Law Review.

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