While the legal profession in California continues to grow more diverse, the demographics of active, licensed attorneys still fail to mirror those of the Golden State’s overall population, according to a report released Monday by the state bar.

Two out of three active attorneys in the state are white, even as California’s population of white residents has dropped to under 40%, the report said. Residents who describe themselves as Latino or Hispanic comprise 36% of the state population but just 6% of bar members.

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