Minorities and women continue to leave law firms in New York at a higher rate than white males, but the percentage of women partners hit a new peak in 2014, and representation of both groups on management committees and as heads of practice groups improved, according to the latest diversity report from the New York City Bar Association.

Despite increasing financial and staff resources devoted to improving diversity, the report found that minority representation slipped at all levels last year, and the attrition of women associates actually worsened a bit.

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