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  • Salary Surveys

    Salary Surveys
    11/02/2014

    These surveys represent a snapshot in time and a broad brushstroke across the London Legal Market and range of firms indicated. We recognise that the grouping together of firms into particular classes will mean that fairly wide salary bandings are inevitable. We are happy to provide bespoke salary guidance to our clients whenever required. The recent changes to the taxation position of fixed share partners are unlikely to cause a significant alteration to the bandings provided but again at this level bespoke advice is often more valuable than general guidance and we are very happy to discuss individual compensation levels with our clients at any time. Legal recruitment in the London market is not a precise science and individual compensation will vary.

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