Every two years the Law Journal sets out to spotlight excellence among New Jersey’s diverse attorneys. Diversity means many things, and we recognize diversity in all its forms. Diversity is well worth celebrating in and of itself, but it’s particularly important to highlight as many institutions—including organizations made up of lawyers, and those that count lawyers among their team members—are striving to do better on the diversity front. As I write this, an ALM Intelligence report was published noting that female partnership at Big Law firms has been holding steady at 20 percent for a few years running. The report looks for answers as to why. Indeed there are many questions, and the answers aren’t always readily apparent. It’s up to all of us to keep searching.
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