Morrison & Foerster said Monday it will pay incoming associates $145,000 in offices outside of New York and Asia, making it one of the first firms to publicly state it won’t pay California first-year associates as much as those in the Big Apple.

For the past few years, associates in California and New York have typically made $160,000 at the top firms, while those in other markets could expect to make less.

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