The percentage of minority lawyers in U.S. law firms crept up in 2016, but that progress was not across the board.

New data from the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) shows that Asians and Hispanic men accounted for nearly all of the minority gains among the associate ranks over the last five years, while the percentage of black associates actually fell over that period. The story is similar for black partners—their percentage barely budged from 1.71 of all partners in 2009 to 1.81 percent in 2016.