Income inequality is one of the favorite canards of the left, an oft-drawn weapon of class warfare. Wall Street Journal columnist Holman W. Jenkins Jr. writes that this is a “strange obsession, at least to the extent the obsessive focus their policy responses on trying to adjust the condition of the top 1 percent rather than improving the opportunities of everyone else.” Perhaps the warfare should shift to the liberal enclaves known as law firms. There, the richest lawyers are getting richer and the rest are struggling. More lawyers are in the $1,000-an-hour club than ever. TyMetrix, a legal software firm, found hourly rate increases for the elite and declines for many other lawyers. This isn’t the glass ceiling. It’s the class-action ceiling. Counselors, who ya gonna sue?