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Founder of BCG Attorney Search and America's top legal recruiter
BCG Attorney Search works with over 25,000 law firms. Every month, ten of thousands of attorneys submitted their resume to Harrison and he works with less than 2% of them. Harrison knows quality and dose whatever it takes to get his candidates jobs: Since 2000, Harrison has personally made thousands of placements and is by far the most effective legal placement professional in history.
Getting a fat check at Mayer Brown is subject to the quality of work that one delivers to the company. The salaries are based on a lockstep system with a variable component. This would mean that individual associate salaries are determined based on hours billed and quality of work, and some offices also consider pro bono hours and overall contributions to the firm in determining base salaries. In 2009, Mayer Brown implemented a pay freeze in its Washington D.C. office, but unfroze salaries in February 2010. Bonuses are depended on the number of hours worked, usually 2100 hours annually.
Mayer Brown's starting salary is $160,000. The firm pays this starting salary in each of its U.S. offices. Mayer Brown's profits per equity partner in 2009 - the most recent year for which data are available - were $1,060,000, placing the firm in the 42nd percentile.
Competitive benefits, relocation expenses, medical, dental, vision, group life, disability, paid parental and eldercare leave, domestic partner coverage, 401k & savings plan, flexible spending account, CLE, bar review course, exam and membership fees.