Law360, New York (May 25, 2015, 9:26 PM EDT) -- The three largest employment law firms in the U.S. headline a group of 25 firms that have significantly more black attorneys than the industry average, particularly at the partner level, according to Law360 data.
The firms in the top 25 average 6.6 percent black nonpartners and 4.4 percent black partners, well above the overall averages of firms that submitted data for the 2015 Law360 Minority Report. The average U.S. firm has just 3.5 percent black nonpartners and 1.6 percent black partners, and blacks are the most poorly represented racial minority at U.S. law firms, according to the survey data.
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