Over the objection of minority groups, the California State Bar’s efforts to diversify the legal profession will soon be handled by a single council rather than by five separate committees that have existed for 20 years.

But in an appreciative nod to the committees being phased out, State Bar governors on Friday gave them until March 1 to finish any projects already in the works and to offer input into the new council’s goals.

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