When the prospect of merging with Arnold & Porter was put to Howard Rice’s partners for a vote, many of them thought the choice to combine was clear — especially when they considered the opportunities it would create for the firm’s youngest lawyers.

“Every law firm has to look to the future and think about the next generation,” explains partner Pamela Phillips. “Management was very focused on making sure that the traditions that Howard Rice had could survive and blossom for the younger people in the firm.”

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