Want to know how many women or minority lawyers work at law firms or are law students? Plenty of organizations can provide that information.

But when it comes to the number of attorneys and aspiring attorneys with disabilities, the picture is far less clear because few groups collect detailed information on disabled attorneys. Advocates say that is one reason why efforts to increase their presence throughout the profession have lagged behind the parallel pushes to boost the number of women and minorities.

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