Editor’s note: After this article was published in the June edition of The American Lawyer, Turo CLO Michelle Fang released a set of actionable steps for general counsel looking to promote diverse legal talent. 

As minorities see incremental growth in representation within Big Law, black attorney ranks have remained mostly stagnant for nearly a decade, according to The ­American Lawyer’s 2019 Diversity Scorecard. And despite a renewed push for diversity among in-house counsel, black lawyers don’t anticipate sudden changes without a measure of accountability among law schools, law firms and clients.

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