The subject of law firm diversity touches on one of the rawest nerves of leaders of large law firms and others in the U.S. legal industry. There is perhaps no other topic that can match the level of intensity with which it is discussed, debated and, in some circles, bemoaned.

Research by University of California at Los Angeles law professor Richard H. Sander examining the diversity efforts of firms with more than 100 lawyers (“The Racial Paradox of the Corporate Law Firm,” North Carolina Law Review, May 2006) is the latest catalyst to reignite the debate.

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