For years clients have pressured outside counsel to improve diversity at their law firms. Now some firms are initiating the diversity discussion themselves.

Dewey & LeBoeuf, for example, in recent weeks has been sending letters to general counsel encouraging them to consider outside counsel that can offer teams of diverse partners to work on client matters. The goal is to help junior and mid-level women, minority and gay partners develop a client base.

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