A great majority of the buzz surrounding the issue of diversity in the legal profession has focused on the recruiting, hiring, retention and promotion practices of only the largest law firms in the country.

However, despite the impression that one would understandably get from the emphasis placed on these diversity discussions, the overwhelming majority of lawyers in the United States do not practice in large law firms.

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