In-house legal salaries set for 2010 upturn
In-house legal salaries are beginning to increase once more, while recruitment activity is also returning to the sector, according to new research. The survey, conducted by legal recruitment consultancy Robert Walters, states that lawyers working at investment banks are set to to see the most significant pay rises this year, with an average four-year post-qualified (4PQE) lawyer at an investment bank earning £90,000-£140,000 in 2010, as opposed to £85,000-£115,000 in 2009.
In-house legal salaries are beginning to increase once more, while recruitment activity is also returning to the sector, according to new research.
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