Taken as a whole, the firms with the largest Texas offices shed some lawyers between July 1, 2008, and July 1, 2009, but the percentages of minority and female lawyers at those firms did not slip.

During that period, 24 of the 26 firms with the most lawyers in Texas lost 2.9 percent of their lawyers, but the percentage of minority lawyers increased by .6 percent and the percentage of female lawyers rose by .2 percent.

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