The debate over associate pay has been a staple around these parts for the past year and a half, and now The New York Times is touching on the topic, looking at how several Am Law 100 firms are trying to revamp the traditional model for lockstep associate compensation to meet client needs.

Dan Slater looks at how firms such as Howrey and Kaye Scholer are taking different approaches to developing their young lawyers. Slater also checks in with well-known legal reform advocates like Cisco general counsel Mark Chandler, law firm consultant Peter Zeughauser and Indiana University School of Law Professor William Henderson.

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