Slow Progress in Diversity Among Pa. Trial Lawyers

The number of female and minority attorneys at plaintiffs firms in Pennsylvania has shown little change since last year, according to The Legal's eighth annual survey looking at diversity at the largest plaintiffs firms in the state. But a few firms stood out from the rest by adding to the diversity of the trial bar. And there has been progress since The Legal's first study of diversity in the trial bar eight years ago.

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Phila.-Charleston Connections Stressed in Moving Speech on Diversity

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The connections between Philadelphia and Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., the site of a racially motivated shooting, were stressed by Joseph K. West, the CEO of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association, during The Legal Intelligencer's Diversity Awards Dinner.
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