Thompson Hine managing partner Deborah Read knew she was taking a risk when her firm began asking applicants to submit to a psychological assessment.

While the corporate world has long spent money on social scientists and consultants who incorporate behavioral science into hiring practices, Read hadn’t heard of any law firm employing psychological testing. Like diversity programming and other management techniques common in the corporate world, this was yet another management tool that the legal world had been slow to embrace.

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