[Linklaters 2] has announced that the firm has raised its pay rates for trainees and associates, matching salaries of other Magic Circle firms. The firm has raised its first-year trainee salary to £47,000, up from
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Pinsent Mason has disclosed its gender pay statistics regarding partners, taking the transparency a step further than most other firms. Among the UK firm’s partnership, men
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has become the second to last Magic Circle firm toAs the 4 April deadline set by last year’s new legislation draws ever nearer,
Clifford Chance has signed up to adopt the United Nations’ standards of conduct, designed to promote LGBTI equality in the workplace. Joining such companies as Coca-Cola
Allen & Overy (A&O) has grown to become the second largest firm in the magic circle as measured by turnover. According to its 2016/17 financial results, A&) has posted global
Linklaters has implemented aAs Magic Circle firms complete mid-year reviews of associate pay, some firms have increased salaries while others have maintained current pay rates.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer will see six finance partners exit by the end of the month as the firm restructures its finance department. In addition, two
Slaughter and May has announced that Charles Cameron will head upSeveral Magic Circle firms have implemented leadership changes recently across various practice areas.
Clifford Chance is currently reviewing its lockstep points system, after having recently voted to modify its remuneration system last year. The review is intended to reward
Linklaters has updated its lockstep structure in order to bring increased flexibility to its system of promoting partners on the firm’s ladder. The changes were voted in on November
Slaughter and May has reported autumn trainee retention of 89%, landing the firm in the middle of Magic Circle retention rates. The firm had 36 trainees, of which 32 accepted
Clifford Chance has announced that the firm will reduce its number of trainee recruits beginning in September 2018. The firm plans to recruit 80 trainees each year, a 20 per
Simon Johnson has been named new global finance head at [Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer ]. Johnson is currently a real estate finance partner at Freshfields, and replaces David Trott, who will remain with the firm in a