Each year, we report on the country’s most well-rounded firms, a group we call the A-List. By considering both financial and social factors, including diversity, gender equity, associate satisfaction, pro bono contributions and revenue per lawyer, we attempt to compile a robust assessment of the industry’s leaders.

In our recent coverage of the A-List, which includes the top 20 firms on the list, we wrote about the ways that the country’s varied crises have amplified the need for firms to find balance between their financial and social concerns. But the A-List firms aren’t the only ones making efforts in this regard. Here are the next 20 firms on the list—those that are knocking on the door of the A-List and could make the cut next year if they progress.

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