Although women and minorities continue to make incremental gains in their representation at law firms, there’s still plenty of ground to make up.

A new report on diversity in U.S. law firms published Friday by the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) found that despite slight increases in their ranks in 2017, the number of women and African-Americans at the associate level is still below pre-recession figures.  

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