Launched last summer as a corrective to an industry dominated by white men, the Mansfield Rule sought to tackle the gender and diversity gap in Big Law leadership in part by using a powerful promise: bragging rights.

Now, 41 of the nearly 50 firms that implemented the rule in its inaugural pilot year have earned those rights, receiving the coveted designation, “Mansfield Certified.”

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