Bird & Bird cuts associate pay bands as UK top 20 firms announce rates
A number of UK top 20 law firms have announced their associate salary levels for the year ahead, with several opting not to increase their rates. Bird & Bird has reduced its pay bands for associates with between one and three years' post-qualification experience (PQE), while trainee and newly-qualified (NQ) salaries remain unchanged. The City firm has taken £2,000 off each pay band between one and three years' PQE with levels now standing at £58,000, £63,000 and £69,000
A number of UK top 20 law firms have announced their associate salary levels for the year ahead, with several opting not to increase their rates.
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