After a leaked opinion showed the U.S. Supreme Court appeared ready to reverse Roe v. Wade, social media and news media lit up with commentary.

Big Law, for the most part, was noticeably silent. No firm statements on the draft opinion, or any announcements on targeted donations or pro bono work to support one side or another. And nearly 20 of the highest-grossing law firms in the U.S. have declined to answer — or have not responded — to questions about their views on the draft opinion.

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