Nothing gets firms all hot and bothered than giving one of their competitors favorable air time.

Last week, I wrote about Munger, Tolles & Olsen’s crop of new partners, noting that it promoted 60 percent female or people of color. The next day, I heard from a handful of major firms that they, too, elevated new classes with noteworthy percentages of women or diverse partners.

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