Senior attorneys who’ve given some thought to questions of inclusion at a number of AmLaw 100 firms in Miami agree: Most of the diversity in large firms is at their lower levels. That goes for both women and ethnic and racial minorities.

“I have seen so many women that are talented and so many people of color leave the AmLaw 100 because of perceived barriers that are really a lack of inclusiveness that allows them to feel nurtured and satisfied within their careers,” said Duane Morris partner Lida Rodriguez-Taseff in Miami.

Tiffani Lee.

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