Berry Appleman & Leiden, a new firm on the list this year, takes the top spot thanks to an attorney pool that is nearly half minority. That bumps last year’s first-place finisher, Fragomen, down to second. In all, 71 firms had at least 20% minority attorneys, and seven had at least 20% minority partners.
The Diversity Scorecard records the average number of full-time-equivalent minority attorneys—Asian-American, African-American, Latino or Hispanic, Native American and self-described multiracial attorneys—at Am Law 200 and National Law Journal 250 law firms in the calendar year 2019.
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