Hogan Lovells pays female partners more than men, as Latham data highlights bonus gap

Hogan Lovells joins rank of firms releasing gender pay gap data for partners as Latham figures highlight bonus disparities

Hogan Lovells paid its female UK partners almost 3% more than their male counterparts in total compensation last year, the firm’s gender pay gap data has revealed.

The figures show female UK partners at the Anglo-US firm received on average 2.8% more than their male counterparts during the last financial year.

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