Big Law continues to struggle with diversity and inclusion. That isn’t news. The racial justice demonstrations over the summer have increased many firms’ desire to provide more opportunities for diverse partners, according to several experts and recruiters in the space. But the excuse often cited by Big Law is that there just aren’t enough diverse attorneys out there to really make a dent in the overall makeup of the firm. 

But there are. They just don’t work at Big Law firms right now. 

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