“Justice may or may not be blind, but it sure as hell isn’t gay.” Thus reads an ad for Minneapolis’ Johnson, Gulling Heltzer & Burg. Johnson is one of a handful of small, unlikely all-gay firms in the country (if you don’t count the many hundreds of gay solo practitioners). Their example is of special note as the Millennium March on Washington draws near.

“The prevailing notion is that being out will damage your career,” says Steve Kozlowski, an associate at Miami Beach’s all-gay Crockett & Chasen. “We’re showing it can benefit you.”

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