Bloomberg Law
Dec. 23, 2020, 9:46 AM

Black Lawyers Speak: Stories of the Past, Hopes for the Future, Ep. 3 (Podcast)

Adam Allington
Adam Allington
Senior Audio Producer

In the wake of last summer’s protests, more law firms in the AmLaw 200 are being more vocal about plans to increase their diversity. For decades, Big Law has been one of the least diverse industries in America, especially when it comes to Black lawyers. In episode three of Black Lawyers Speak, we focus on the legal education pipeline and whether law schools and law students can push law firms to be accountable for their rhetoric.

Legal experts point out that one reason for the lack of diversity is the fact that elite firms tend to recruit and hire most ...

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