Linklaters accounts reveal £2.5m payout for 2011-12's top earner
Linklaters' highest-paid lawyer for 2011-12 took home £2.5m, an increase of £300,000 on the previous financial year, according to the magic circle's recently filed accounts. The figure, which covers the period from 1 May 2011 to 30 April 2012, is substantially above the top of the firm's lockstep, which, according to the accounts filed with Companies House, is likely to be due to either compensation on secondment to other jurisdictions, or payments associated with joining or retiring from the partnership.
Linklaters’ highest-paid lawyer for 2011-12 took home £2.5m, an increase of £300,000 on the previous financial year, according to the magic circle’s recently filed accounts.
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