647 ABA Journal Diversity articles.

Serving in the Boardroom

Accomplished women lawyers are corporate America’s most wanted

Worst of Both Worlds: Women of color in the legal profession face double whammy of discrimination

Even though women and minorities are gradually carving out a bigger place for themselves in the legal profession, they continue to face enormous barriers to advancement, especially at law firms,…

Fighting Stereotypes

ABA Group Urges Employers to Include Lawyers With Disabilities in Diversity Efforts

Early Exits

Women of Color at Large Law Firms Tell ABA Researchers They Are Being Overlooked and Undervalued—Maybe That’s Why They Are Leaving in Droves

Demanding Diversity

Corporate Pressure Is Changing the Racial Mix at Some Law Firms

In Like Company

Some Associates Say the Grass Is Greener at Minority-Owned Firms

Coming Out Of Her Shell

This Oil Company’s General Counsel Spoke Out and Became a Champion of Diversity

Into the Pipeline

ABA Scholarship Program Looks to Bolster Efforts Supporting Minority Law Students

Closing the IP Gender Gap

In a Male-Dominated Practice Area, Women Lawyers Begin to Gain Ground

Diversity and Surprises

Departing President Archer Saw Minorities Advance, Handled Unexpected Issues

Raising the Tempo

Diversity Is Central to our Progress as a Nation and a Profession

A New View

The Profession Will Benefit From Efforts to Leverage the Clout of Women

No Quick Fix

Speakers Say the Profession Can Achieve Greater Diversity Through Incremental Steps