A number of regulation companies throughout the Metropolis have handed wage rises to their trainees and associates.
Lincoln’s Inn agency Farrer & Co has given all trainees a £1,000 pay improve, with first-years now on £38,000 (up from £37,000) and second-years on £41,000 (up from £40,000).
Its newly-qualified (NQ) solicitors, in the meantime, have been handed a £four,000 enhance from £60,000 to £64,000.
Over in Mayfair, trainees at Forsters beforehand started on £38,000, progressing to £61,000 on qualification. First-years on the agency will now obtain £40,000 and NQs £62,000.
Trainees at one other Mayfair agency, Boodle Hatfield, obtain a £2,500 enhance, with first 12 months pay as much as £30,000 for and £40,000 for second years, whereas NQ pay will increase by £three,000, to £60,000.
Close by Harbottle & Lewis has upped first-year trainee salaries from £34,000 to £35,000. Second-years will take house £37,000 (up from £36,000) whereas NQs get a rise from £55,000 to £57,000.
And Bedford Row’s Collyer Bristow has bumped up its first-year trainee wage by £1,000 to £33,000 whereas NQs get a £three,000 improve, to £56,000.
Some London wage will increase at mid-size companies
|Agency||First-year trainee||Improve||Second-year trainee||Improve||NQ||Improve||Location|
|Bates Wells Braithwaite||£36,000||£1,000||£38,000||£1,000||£60,000||£2,000||Metropolis|
|Collyer Bristow||£33,000||£1,000||£35,000||£1,000||£56,000||£three,000||Bedford Row|
|Farrer & Co||£38,000||£1,000||£41,000||£1,000||£64,000||£four,000||Lincoln’s Inn|
|Harbottle & Lewis||£35,000||£1,000||£37,000||£1,000||£57,000||£2,000||Mayfair|
|Hodge Jones & Allen||£25,500||£1,500||£27,500||£1,500||£35,000||£four,000||Euston|
|Lewis Silkin||£37,250||£250||£41,500||£1,500||£60,000||£5,000||Chancery Lane|
|Trowers & Hamlins||£37,000||No change||£40,000||No change||£66,000||£1,000||Barbican|
|Withers||£37,000||No change||£40,000||No change||£62,000||£2,000||Metropolis|