The diversity pipeline just got another feed.

The California Bar Foundation announced last month that it would begin offering individual scholarships worth up to $7,500 to students of underrepresented ethnicities across the state who would boost the diversity of the profession. By giving the money to incoming first-year law students, the foundation is targeting a group that’s been somewhat overlooked by law firm scholarship programs.

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