If Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison is arguably this year’s winner of the Dinosaur Award for presenting one of the whitest, most male batch of new partners in Big Law (the firm elected 11 white men and one white woman), Munger, Tolles & Olson might be a top contender in the cool, woke category.

Munger has elected eight new partners, and 60 percent of them are women or lawyers of color. What’s more, three of the new partners (Rose Leda Ehler, Laura Lin and Kuruvilla Olasa) took parental leave during the year they were up for partnership—and one of them is a male. The audacity!

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