The National Football League may seem an unlikely source of inspiration for a gender equality initiative. But at Stanford Law School on Friday, a pink jersey-clad team of attorneys made the case that the legal industry should borrow a page from the NFL’s playbook.

“Law firm leadership today looks like this,” said Munger, Tolles & Olson partner Mark Helm, gesturing at himself—the only man on stage—as he addressed the judges of the Women in Law Hackathon, a Shark Tank-style pitch competition geared toward changing that state of affairs.

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