Two Wiley Rein partners from the Washington office have left the firm—and they are taking a Supreme Court legal clinic and parts of some high-profile litigation with them.

William Consovoy and Thomas McCarthy last week launched the firm Consovoy McCarthy. Among its clients, Consovoy said Monday, will be Edward Blum of the Project on Fair Representation, who has masterminded and funded legal challenges against affirmative action policies in higher education.

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