Despite more than a decade of New York law firms pledging to enhance diversity in their ranks, minority representation within associate and partners levels stalled last year, and attrition rates for female and minority attorneys remained disproportionately high, according to new survey results.
The New York City Bar Association’s latest diversity benchmarking report paints a picture of continuing challenges but some gains, including increased representation of women and minority attorneys in leadership roles.
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