Big law firms have embraced the idea of diversity, but they still are struggling to deliver the goods, even as corporate America is pressuring its outside counsel to use more women and lawyers of color.

Henry N. “Hank” Adorno is capitalizing on the sluggish reaction of big law to the growing corporate demand for diversity by transforming his firm, Adorno & Yoss, into the largest minority-owned law firm in the nation.

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