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Why is number of black law students at a 12-year low? and other data

That's my question after reading The Common Scold, who recommends Nancy McCarthy's report on the annual ABA survey on minorities and the law:

"Not surprising but certainly disappointing is the latest report from the American Bar Association that documents that minority attorneys still face a Sisyphean struggle to succeed in the legal profession. Nancy McCarthy analyzes the results in the current issue of the California Bar Journal, and notes that "minority attorneys continue to face serious obstacles to success in the legal profession from initial job opportunities to career advancement, and they remain grossly underrepresented in top-level private sector jobs."

"The report cited these key stats ..."

More here. She's got great links and is open to comments.

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