The party may be over for big-law associates.

Earlier this year, rumors were swirling that some elite New York firms were planning to raise the bar for first-year salaries to $200,000 by year’s end, but economic slowing is dampening the prospect. As law firms face a slowdown in deal activity, associates at California’s largest firms may have to hold tight at the $160,000 scale.

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