Reed Smith has cut starting salaries by about 20 percent for the 51 first-year associates set to start in January and, in turn, is cutting their billing rates by the same margin.
The decision comes just a few weeks after the firm did away with associate classes and instead instituted three levels of associate tiers that will work within a competency-based advancement model.
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