Among the nation’s 350 largest law firms by attorney headcount, there are 223 that have reported the number of self-identified LGBTQ+ associates, partners and attorneys of other ranks at their firms. And there is a new entrant topping the LGBTQ+ Scorecard, which is ordered by representation from those groups.

For New York litigation boutique Selendy Gay, just over 15% of attorneys self-reported being on the LGBTQ+ spectrum. Jenner & Block took the second slot, with more than 14%. And Washington, D.C.-based environmental law firm Beveridge & Diamond tied Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton for the third slot, both with nearly 10%.