A key federal contracting overseer put law firms on notice that the government is paying attention to the diversity gap in the legal industry.

Craig Leen, the director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, told industry representatives at a town hall meeting in New York that the scarcity of women and minorities at firms in leading roles has been noted by the office, and it will be taking a closer look.

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