The traditional methods of assigning out work at a law firm have long been a breeding ground for implicit bias and associate attrition. A number of big firms are looking to change that.

Industry watchers say the changing leverage ratios at firms, as well as an increased focus on diversity and inclusion, have highlighted the shortcomings of the status quo for work allocation, leading firms to seek new approaches.

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