With its illustrious history and posh name, Shearman & Sterling strikes many as the epitome of the patrician, white-shoe New York law firm.

It is a perception the 1,013-lawyer firm’s top partners have long cultivated, frequently reminding clients, law school recruits and just about anyone else that Shearman is a “peer firm” to the likes of Sullivan & Cromwell, Davis Polk & Wardwell and other elite firms.

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