In-house counsel have hit out at “unsustainable” raises in salaries for private practice lawyers, arguing that they will lead to an unwelcome increase in charge-out rates.

Their fears come after Legal Week research last week revealed that three-quarters of partners at leading London firms said they think fees will increase over the coming year, with nearly a fifth claiming clients should prepare themselves for above-inflation rises.

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