New Jersey’s biggest firms hired more novice lawyers this year than last, and entry-level compensation rose modestly.
Starting compensation, including bonuses, for first-year associates went up an average of 2.75 percent at 17 firms, to $98,200 in 2005 from $95,570 last year, according to a Law Journal survey.
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