A new report from the National Association for Law Placement finds that large U.S. law firms continue to make very slow progress in increasing their ranks of lawyers who are women or people of color.

For the first time, the percentage of Black partners exceeded 2% and the percentage of Black associates topped 5% in 2020, NALP found in its annual Report on Diversity at U.S. Law Firms.

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