In today’s marketplace, corporations looking to hire a law firm are likely to consider whether the firm employs minority and women attorneys. What they find is that large firms are not nearly as diverse as the in-house departments of the corporations they represent.

These observations were made by corporate counsel who spoke at an American Bar Association conference for minority lawyers last week in New York. Program participants also offered law firms plainspoken advice on how to deal with in-house lawyers.

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