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Minority Midlevel Experience

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Data gathered as part of the 2011 Midlevel Associates Survey, conducted by The American Lawyer, fielded among third-, fourth-, and fifth-year associates at 149 Am Law firms. Respondents had the option of listing their ethnicity, and almost 90 percent did so: 3,904 white midlevels, 141 black and African-American midlevels, 562 Asian midlevels, and 198 Hispanic midlevels. Extracted are a range of questions from the survey that dealt with compensation and billing, satisfaction levels, and career expectations. We then calculated the average response for each question for white, black/African American, Asian, and Hispanic respondents.

 

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