Both the president and president-elect of The Florida Bar say improving diversity is a top priority for the legal profession, but their firms lack minority representation.

Bar president John “Jay” White III is a partner with Richman Greer, which has two minority lawyers out of 21. The firm ranks in the bottom 10 among large Florida law firms for the number of minority attorneys and the bottom 20 for its percentage of minorities, a Daily Business Review survey indicated.

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