Recession may be a setback in aim to diversify profession

Kaltwasser, Jared
August 2010
njbiz;8/30/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 35, p18
The article focuses on the possible impact of the U.S. economic recession on establishing diversity within the legal services sector in New Jersey.


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