...the still-stagnant economy and other problems: legacy costs, decreasing participation, unfavorable demographics, poor investment returns and unwise regulatory constraints. The plans' woes are made...
The FBI appropriately withheld documents related to its use of ethnic and racial data pursuant to an exemption under the Freedom of Information Act
Why law firms should invest time and money in social and charitable causes, as well as community involvement—it pays off in many ways
...lacked reasonable specificity. The declaration explained that revealing ethnic and demographic data in each withheld document would interfere with law enforcement by revealing...
The Law Journal's annual compilation of key data about the practice of law in New Jersey
...and minorities are in the mix, recruiting, retention and advancement on both demographic fronts poses added challenges. There is no silver bullet to...
New Jersey Law Journal
Advocates for diversity in the legal profession have long identified the Law School Admissions Test as a major barrier to black and Hispanic law school applicants because on average they score lower
New Jersey Law Journal
...into account the fact that bachelor degree holders who share the same demographic, educational and economic characteristics as law graduates tend to do better than...
Notice to the bar
...The demographics of law firms are changing as baby boomers reduce, or intend to...
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