DLA Piper hikes US associate pay by 10% in return to pre-recession rates
DLA Piper is raising US associate pay by 10% in a move that will return salaries to pre-downturn levels, reports The National Law Journal. A memo released to lawyers on Thursday (15 April) announced mid-year pay increases in the firm's US offices outside of New York. DLA raised salaries in New York in January to pre-recession levels of $160,000 (£104,000) for first-year associates.
DLA Piper is raising US associate pay by 10% in a move that will return salaries to pre-downturn levels, reports The National Law Journal.
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