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The percentage of minority attorneys at the nation’s largest law firms held relatively steady last year—and considering how fragile diversity numbers can be, we’ll consider that good news. According to the latest Diversity Scorecard by our sibling publication The American Lawyer, 13.6 percent of lawyers at the nation’s largest firms in 2011 were minority lawyers, compared to 13.9 percent in 2010.
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