Shearman & Sterling is ditching associate lockstep for its lawyers in the U.K., Asia and the Middle East in favor of a merit-based pay system.
The new system, which goes into effect May 1, will see all associates assessed twice a year against a number of criteria including client relationships, legal and technical capabilities and interpersonal skills.
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