Want to know how much you could make working in the the legal industry? Or what the average salary ranges for different roles are?

There are a wide range of jobs in law, and pay varies significantly based on job title.

Below, we have collected data on salaries in the legal industry, based on the job adverts we posted in 2017-18, and the comparison with 2016-17.

 

 

 

The table above shows that on average, the category advertising the highest paying roles was the Partner category, with an average salary of £81,808.07 in 2017-18. This has increased by 9.67% from the figure shown in 2016-17 (£74,591.72).

The lowest paying role was a Graduate/trainee role, at £20,016.78. This figure has decreased by 5.39% from the 2016-17 figure (£21,156.54). 

 

 

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