NLJ 500: A Robust Portrait of Big Law

The National Law Journal


This year, we introduce the biggest-ever expansion of our annual NLJ 350 report—launched in 1978 with a ranking of 200 firms—to provide a more robust portrait of Big Law in the U.S.

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  • Ron Jordan,

    With increased frequency NLJ talks about women, not women of color, mind you, Diversity without mentioning black or hispanic people. All in all, from where I sit, NLJ has a problem reporting about diversity in BigLaw and Mid-sized laws, leaving out attorneys of color, why is that? Do blacks and hispanics not count as diverse attorneys anymore?

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