Weil, Gotshal & Manges has dropped the starting salary of newly-qualified lawyers in its London arm by 5.5 percent to 85,000 pounds ($137,500).

The move sees the firm become the latest practice to halt associate lockstep in response to the current recession, with its incoming U.K. lawyer salaries slipping from the previous rate of 90,000 pounds ($145,600).

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