Achieving consistently diverse partner classes that reflect the actual makeup of law school graduating classes has long been a point of frustration for many Big Law firms. Washington, D.C.-founded Am Law 50 firm Covington & Burling, with its most recent partner class, seems to have found a way.
The firm announced it has promoted 14 attorneys to partner. Nine of those are women and six come from ethnically diverse backgrounds.
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