Linklaters follows A&O with ban on associate pay rises

Hollander, Gavriel
May 2011
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/12/2011, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that law firm Linklaters LLP has decided to freeze its associate salary bands for the 2011-12 financial year, leaving pay levels unchanged since 2009-2010. Lawyers at the firm will move through the bands with more experience, but salaries for each band will not change. Earlier, Allen & Overy LLP also decided to refreeze its parbands, while Slaughter and May announced slight increase in salaries.


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