The Legal Intelligencer‘s fourth annual diversity survey of Pennsylvania’s 24 largest plaintiffs firms showed no improvement in the number of female attorneys they employ and only a slight improvement regarding minority attorneys.

Despite showing the addition of six trial attorneys in Pennsylvania since last year’s survey, the 2010 survey yielded almost identical figures with regard to the number of minority and female lawyers currently practicing at the state’s largest plaintiffs firms.

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