The country’s largest law firms are increasingly creating and filling the roles of diversity managers and committees, and the heads of those firms are taking more of an active role in the work those managers do, according to a survey by Altman Weil and the Minority Corporate Counsel Association.

Of the largest 200 firms, 50 percent of those that participated in the survey have a designated diversity manager, which is a 5.4 percent increase from the previous year.

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