Linklaters London partners face longer route to the top after lockstep shake-up

Partners in London will now take 12 years to reach the top of the equity instead of 10

Linklaters

All Linklaters partners face a longer route to the top of the equity in London, following lockstep reforms voted through at the firm’s November partnership conference.

The overhaul, ushered in by managing partner Gideon Moore and which will take effect from May 2017, means partners in London will take a minimum of 12 years to reach the top of the lockstep, compared to 10 years under the current system.

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