Kirkland & Ellis is shortening the amount of time it takes for its lawyers to qualify for equity partnership.
The firm, which is the world’s largest by revenue, previously required its lawyers to be associates for six years and then an additional four years as a salaried partner before they could be considered for equity partnership.
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