City stalwart Macfarlanes has posted a mixed bag of financial results as the ninth consecutive year of revenue growth failed to translate into a rise in profit per equity partner (PEP) following last year’s 26% surge to £1.74m.
Macfarlanes, Hogan Lovells and Herbert Smith Freehills have become the latest firms to post their spring 2017 trainee retention rates.
Travers Smith, Macfarlanes and Jones Day have all boosted their junior lawyers pay in this year's review, in contrast to Herbert Smith Freehills and CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang which have held pay for London associates, with some regional pay rises.
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