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A recent LawCrossing Salary Survey of Lawyer Salaries of Best Law Firms survey asked attorneys about their experiences working for 94 different law firms. While the survey asked a variety of questions regarding associate life, vacation time, benefits, and firm demands, one of the more interesting components involved the salary and bonus assessment. What follows is a concise summary of the survey's results with regards four separate areas: salary and bonus amounts for 2013; salary scale; the target bonus amounts for 2012; and the factors that go into determining bonuses for each firm.
An updated survey for 2016 can be found here: 2016 Law Firm Salary Chart - Firms Announcing Raises
An updated survey for 2015 can be found here: 2015 LawCrossing Salary Survey of Lawyer Salaries in Best Law Firms.
Please see the following articles for more information about attorney salaries:
- 2015 LawCrossing Salary Survey of Lawyer Salaries in Best Law Firms
- How to Negotiate Your Way to a Better Salary
- What Do In-House Attorney Positions Pay?
- Which Legal Jobs Will Pay the Most?
- 2015 8th Year Salaries and Bonuses of the Top Law Firms
- 2015 1st Year Salaries and Bonuses of the Top Law Firms
- LawCrossing Salary Survey of Lawyer Salaries in Best Law Firms
- The Impact Law Firm Economics Can Have on Your Legal Career
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