In the first weeks after a couple of local stalwarts raised their starting salaries for first-year associates to $160,000, Washington, D.C.’s largest firms are in a holding pattern, all nervously eyeing one another to see who will make the leap next.

But they aren’t the only ones. The region’s smaller firms, those that have no intention of matching that amount, are also feeling some trepidation.

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