How origination credits are awarded—specifically, how they are awarded to women and minority attorneys—is a key factor in breaking the bottleneck of diverse attorneys vying for partnership.

Yet the legal industry is still fairly unorganized in how it doles out credit and, in many cases, law firms don’t even have written policies for how origination is awarded. Firms and clients are looking for a change.

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