LAW SCHOOLS

An early connection

For students of color, an early helping hand?

, The National Law Journal

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If racial diversity in the legal profession is ever to climb above the 10% mark where it has hovered for the past decade, pre-law counselors and law school admissions officers need to do a better job of identifying promising minority applicants, guiding them through the often intimidating application process and ensuring that they graduate.

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Originally appeared in print as Help before law school may help improve diversity in the profession.

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