Macfarlanes reveals gender gap among partners
Macfarlanes has revealed a pay disparity among the firm’s partners in its London office. The average gender gap is 55% among partners, while the gap widens to 73% when considering median income.
As of the 2017/2018 financial year, the firm had 12 female partners among a total of 85 partners. Macfarlanes and Allen & Overy are the first two firms to reveal their gender pay figures ahead of the deadline to do so in April 2019.
Meanwhile, the pay gap among associates is smaller, with male associates receiving an average of 4% more than female associates.