Law Practice Management

Law is the nation’s least-diverse profession, law prof says


Two global law firms will use software to find standout UK hires from underprivileged backgrounds

Legal History

Righting a ‘grievous wrong,’ California justices grant posthumous law license to Chinese immigrant

Business of Law

National labor firm raids Littler and Ogletree, opens new offices in Denver and New York


After four-year decline, percentage of female associates ‘nudged up’ in 2014

Law Schools

Law school diversity improves, but not at most prestigious schools

The New Normal

Can a new breed of firms solve the attrition problem for women in the legal industry?


Which law firms got perfect scores for LGBT inclusion?


Only 3 percent of lawyers in BigLaw are black, and numbers are falling

Women in the Law

Why the No. 5 law firm in France is gender-balanced at the top levels


Law prof will be first Native American woman to serve as a federal judge

Legal History

Law students seek license for long-deceased would-be attorney


Partners in study gave legal memo a lower rating when told author wasn’t white


Former Howard law dean and diversity leader Henry Ramsey dies at 80

Midyear Meeting

President-elect nominee emphasizes membership, collaboration


Asians account for ‘lion’s share’ of increase in minority associates at law firms


All seven new partners at well-known West Coast firm are women


Law lags other professions in minority hiring; which group is ‘most dramatically underrepresented’?


Should law firms seek to recruit the economically disadvantaged?

U.S. Supreme Court

Sotomayor says judiciary is ‘missing a huge amount of diversity’