As part of its commitment to the attraction, retention and development of the very best talent, Baker McKenzie is pleased to announce that the Firm will be increasing its NQ salary from £90,000 to £105,000 from March 2022. 
The Firm's trainee salaries will also increase from March 2022, Year One from £48,000 to £50,000 and Year Two from £52,000 to £55,000. 

In a step away from its normal timetable, the Firm has also taken the unprecedented decision to advance its salary review for fee earners, which normally takes place in July, to March 2022. 

All fee-earners are also eligible to receive a discretionary bonus. The bonus scheme is designed to align to a high performing culture which enables Baker McKenzie to recognise and reward the highest performing individuals. 
Ed Poulton, Baker McKenzie London Managing Partner commented:

"As a Firm, we remain committed to the attraction and retention of the very best talent. Aside from competitive remuneration, we are proud of the opportunities and inclusive culture Baker McKenzie can offer which includes enhanced wellbeing, a dedication to inclusion and diversity and brilliant career opportunities, all of which makes our Firm an attractive place to work. We want people to be able to develop and achieve their full potential here.”
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