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25 May 2011 | By Katy Dowell
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Hogan Lovells is upping trainee salary bands by £1,000 and allowing junior lawyers to gain a larger pay increase by progressing to the next pay level.
In addition, the firm is increasing its newly qualified salary by £1,000, from £60,000 to £61,000.
The pay level for first-year trainees has gone up from £37,000 to £38,000, with second year trainee salaries up to £43,000 from £42,000.
Last week magic circle firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer also announced a marginal increase in newly qualified salaries from £60,000 to £61,500 (19 May 2011).
Allen & Overy and Linklaters have both frozen bands at 2010-11 levels for the new financial year but will also allow lawyers to pass through the bands as before (16 May 2011).
Anonymous | 25-May-2011 1:40 pm
what about 2nd and 3rd year pqe?
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Anonymous | 25-May-2011 3:46 pm
Is this being funded by Christopher Grierson?
Kim Kardashian | 25-May-2011 4:36 pm
Is this being funded by expenses?
sterls | 25-May-2011 8:58 pm
is this being funded by predictable comments?
xnllb | 26-May-2011 12:15 pm
Is this being funded by self-referential comments?
Anonymous | 26-May-2011 1:41 pm
However, it's being funded it'll hopefully stop them from going down the path of Mr Grierson...BTW, is Hog Lov referring the matter for police investigation? Or will the police uncover more possible fraudulent activity Hog Lov doesn't want the world to know about.
anon | 26-May-2011 1:55 pm
is this being funded?
Anon | 27-May-2011 11:19 am
Is university education in Sweden being Lund-ed?
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