King & Spalding matched Alston & Bird’s $15,000 increase in associate starting pay late Wednesday — but made no mention of pay increases for senior classes of associates.

The firm is raising pay for first-year, partner-track associates to $145,000, effective Jan. 1, 2008, making it the first firm to respond — albeit only partially — to Alston’s gambit last week.

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