Whether you are in negotiations with your current firm or are looking to recruit, our salary guide can help steer you in the right direction.

For a more detailed analysis of salary rates based on the past years’ trends and figures, contact us in complete confidence.

Salary Guides - October 2018

Private Practice (Salary given in £Ks)

Experience >NQ1yr2yr3yr4yr5yr6yr7yr
Civil Litigation32-3433-3534-3736-3837-3938-4140-4544-48
Commercial Litigation35-3938-4141-4342-4544-4746-5048-5454-60
Commercial Property35-4036-4340-4342-4644-4848-5251-5554-61
Private Client33-3736-4039-4140-4242-4443-4645-4848-52
Corporate35-4038-4342-4444-4646-4848-5655-6364-70

In-House (Salary given in £Ks)

Experience >NQ1yr2yr3yr4yr5yr6yr7yr
Public Sector32-3433-3534-3636-3837-3938-4040-4444-50
Financial Services35-3837-3940-4343-4646-5454-5757-6363-68
Industry / Commerce34-3837-3938-4142-4545-5253-5656-6263-67

 

Source:

Frasia Wright Associates in depth and ongoing analysis of confidential discussions with lawyers throughout the Scotland. Figures are based on average salaries across a range of firms and organisations. (For all of the salary levels, benefits are not included.) These figures are intended as a guide only, and should be viewed as such. Benefits and other payment variables can make it harder to gauge the salary level or market value because compensation is no longer always a fixed number and so no salary guide can tell you exactly how these extras add up for specific positions. Salary levels for senior associates, directors and partners vary depending on many factors such as firm size, length of service, level of responsibility and practice area and so will need to be considered on a case by case basis.

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