In legal circles, Washington’s law firms don’t exactly enjoy a flashy reputation. Compared with the juiced-up M&A outfits in New York or the tech-savvy shops of Silicon Valley, D.C. firms are the sensible shoes of the legal world: reliable and not very stylish. But during the past decade there has been a distinct fashion upgrade.

D.C.’s firms have merged, built national practices, wooed global clients, gotten past the velvet rope in New York and opened offices all over the world. And, of course, competition from both in and out of town has grown much more fierce.

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