On Friday, firm leaders at Heller Ehrman gave associates two reasons to celebrate over the weekend: more money, and a new program that gives first-years more enriching work, without making clients pay for it.

The firm made its annual associate compensation announcement, revealing 2008 pay and reinstating the part of the 2007 bonus that was sacrificed to increasing first-year salary to $160,000 in June.

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