The rest of the world has boarded the diversity plane. It's time for the llegal profession to join them
What are the best practices for women- and minority-owned law firms seeking new opportunities? We share advice from leaders of the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms, in the h
The U.S. Supreme Court heard a case regarding race-conscious admissions, which could mean new challenges for universities seeking to maintain or increase enrollment of minority students
...corruption lawyer"); industries ("I am a highway construction lawyer"); demographics ("I am an elder care lawyer"); and even for unusual...
...records system using various terms such as "racial and ethnic community demographics," which yielded no results. The bureau then instructed the...
...crime" approach, it clearly has had a negative impact on prison demographics and management. Institutional medical care is at best marginal even for the...
The legal profession in New Jersey remains a bit battered from the recession, but is managing to hold on, the Law Journal's ninth annual Legal Almanac shows
The legislative apportionment map approved by the State of New Jersey Apportionment Commission on April 3, 2011, is valid
New Jersey firms made virtually no progress this past year in their efforts to improve gender and ethnic diversity, a Law Journal survey shows
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