The Legal Intlligencer‘s third annual diversity survey of Pennsylvania’s 24 largest plaintiffs firms yielded mixed results following a year of recession in which few plaintiffs firms grew at all and some even shrank.

While 2008′s survey saw small jumps in the number of female and minority attorneys in the plaintiffs bar compared to the year before, the 2009 survey found a drop in female plaintiffs lawyers and only a slight increase in racial and ethnic minorities.

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