Freshfields unfreezes associate lockstep as firm unveils 2010 rates
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has become the first leading UK law firm to announce its associate salary rates for 2010, with the magic circle firm lifting the freeze on associate lockstep put in place last year. The firm, which also led the market last year when it froze both pay band levels and lawyers' progression through the bands, told staff today (25 February) that the freeze would be lifted at the start of the new financial year.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has become the first leading UK law firm to announce its associate salary rates for 2010, with the magic circle firm lifting the freeze on associate lockstep put in place last year.
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