We’re conducting a nation-wide survey to gather valuable insights about working in the legal industry in 2017. Not only do we want to find out how much legal professionals are earning, but also how satisfied they are in their roles and how ambitious they are to progress.

Have you ever wondered how your salary compares to that of your peers? Do you want to know where the happiest lawyers in the UK work? What is the state of the gender-gap in the legal industry? Complete the survey to give us your invaluable insight and you’ll get priority access to the findings. We’ve also got £250 of Amazon vouchers to give away as a thank you for completing the survey. The survey is open to everyone from law students to senior lawyers.

 

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What we want to find out…

We are conducting this survey to better understand the needs of those working in the legal industry. We ask the usual questions around salaries and benefits to get an accurate view of how much lawyers can expect to earn. However, we want to get a deeper look into the industry than this. That’s why we’re also asking questions about how happy lawyers are with their salaries and what motivates them to go for promotions. We want to understand more about what their work-life balance looks like and where in the UK lawyers seem most satisfied in their work.

There is change on the horizon as far as solicitor qualifications are concerned. The new Solicitors Qualifying Exam has proved to be a controversial proposal so we want to find out what the general opinion is surrounding this too.

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