Despite the hype, progress proves elusive
While recognizing that attitudes toward diversity have improved over time and that minority representation has improved slightly, a sample of diversity advocates, law firm partners, general counsel and law school leaders generally agreed that the legal profession needs to make deeper, more collective changes to jump-start the stalled diversity movement.

Diversity slow to grow in nation’s capitol
Washington-based managing partners say increasing diversity at their firms has been a top priority. Yet the percentage of minority lawyers at the city’s larger law offices isn’t rising.

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