In early May, the New York firm of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe announced it would no longer track or report “internally or publicly” the metric of profits per equity partner.

“The legal profession is at a transformative moment, and now is the time to reconsider all of the metrics we have traditionally used to measure success,” said its managing partner, Ralph Baxter.

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