A Young Obama Ponders Problem of Minority Retention at Big Firms

, The Am Law Daily

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In 1990, onetime Tulane Law School associate dean Robert Clayton found himself quoted in The Chicago Reporter alongside a 28-year-old summer associate about the problems with retention of black lawyers at large firms. That associate was Barack Obama. Since then, little has changed.

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