Below there are 223 firms ranked by the percentage of self-identified LGBTQ+ attorneys at each firm. There is a new entrant to this scorecard topping the list: New York litigation boutique Selendy Gay, where 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%.

The LGBTQ+ Scorecard, traditionally published in tandem with the National Law Journal’s NLJ 500 ranking of the largest firms by attorney headcount in the U.S., is being published for the first time this year as part of The American Lawyer’s Diversity Scorecard—and going forward, the Diversity, Women in Law and LGBTQ+ scorecards will be released annually as a single package.