The response to our prior surveys by partners across the nation has been tremendous, and we look forward to sharing the results of the 2014 Survey with the entire legal community.
Hanover, Md. (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
Major, Lindsey & Africa (MLA), the world’s leading legal search firm, today announced the launch of the 2014 MLA Partner Compensation Survey, the third study of partner compensation conducted by the firm. The Survey, which is being sent to more than 40,000 law firm partners across the United States, is a follow up to the ground-breaking 2010 and 2012 surveys, which represent the most comprehensive efforts ever undertaken to identify ranges of partner compensation and the criteria law firms use to determine partner compensation.
The Survey, which is completely anonymous and confidential, was developed by Jeffrey A. Lowe, Global Practice Leader of MLA’s Law Firm Practice and Managing Partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. ALM Legal Intelligence, an independent research company, is conducting the survey on behalf of MLA.
“We are excited to be launching the 2014 Survey,” says Lowe. "Prior to the release of our original 2010 Survey, partner level compensation and other practice metrics, such as billable hours and originations, had never been captured on this scale before. The response to our prior surveys by partners across the nation has been tremendous, and we look forward to sharing the results of the 2014 Survey with the entire legal community."
About Major, Lindsey & Africa
Founded in 1982, Major, Lindsey & Africa (MLA) is the world's largest and most experienced legal search firm. Combining local market knowledge and a global recruiting network, MLA has earned recognition for its track record of successful General Counsel, Corporate Counsel, Partner, Associate and Law Firm Management placements. MLA also provides law firms and companies with highly-specialized legal professionals on project, interim and temporary-to-permanent hire basis. Committed to providing full service in response to the talent needs of its clients, MLA also provides executive search services through its affiliate, Allegis Partners. With offices throughout the U.S., Hong Kong, London and Tokyo, MLA recruiters are dedicated to understanding and meeting client and candidate needs while maintaining the highest degree of professionalism and confidentiality. MLA considers every search a diversity search and has been committed to diversity in the law since its inception. For these reasons, MLA was voted "Best Legal Recruiter" in the 2013 survey of The National Law Journal readers. To learn more about MLA, visit http://www.mlaglobal.com. To learn more about Allegis Partners, visit http://www.allegis-partners.com.
Lauren Cozzi, Public Relations Manager