Covington & Burling asked a federal judge on Tuesday to grant summary judgment in the closely watched race discrimination suit against the firm.

The suit, filed by former Covington staff attorney Yolanda Young, accuses the firm of discriminating against black staff attorneys by not allowing them to be promoted to associate. Young also alleged that Covington’s job assignment policy is discriminatory because it has a disparate impact on black staff attorneys.

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