Piece together the observable components of Atlanta’s typical new partner, and you get someone a lot like Sutherland Asbill & Brennan’s Avital “Avi” Stadler.

Granted, some new partners may sport different hairstyles, prefer pinstripes to solids or choose Lexus over BMW. But the overall profile of this year’s newest partners is often white, male, early 30s, the first-born of three siblings, married with children and an Emory graduate. Most of the 2006 class practice in intellectual property or litigation leave the office late — but not too late — and try to maintain good fitness habits.

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