An American Bar Association report appears to confirm the fears expressed by diversity advocates since the economic recession began 1 1/2 years ago: Spending on law firm diversity initiatives has dried up and layoffs are undoing the gains the profession has made.

The report, “Diversity in the Legal Profession: The Next Steps,” was the first comprehensive diversity study from the ABA since the legal profession began grappling with the economic collapse.

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