In a radical departure from the status quo, Howrey is getting rid of lockstep compensation for its associates.

The 630-lawyer firm said it will introduce a merit-based system of advancement and compensation for associates at the beginning of next year. Most big firms pay their associates based on seniority, but with the latest round of associate salary raises, some firms are turning to new schemes.

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