How Much Does a Biglaw First Year Partner Make
[00:00:00] How much does a big law first year partner make? Equity and non-equity,
It depends on the city and where you're at. It depends on whether or not the person has business or doesn't have business and all those sorts of things.
But, most large law firms, a first-year partners gonna make, if a non-equity partner, more than a senior associate, it could be anywhere from 10 to 30% more. It used to be a lot of law firms just have equity partnerships.
So, a lot of the equity partnerships, as a first year partner, you'll make a minimum of 900, or at least 900,000. Sometimes, way more than that. You can make quite a bit if you have any business. If you're getting credit for business, as a partner, you're typically going to make a lot more money.
If it's just a straight scale, typically, they're going to pay their first year partners a little bit more than they're going to pay senior associates.