Slaughters and Freshfields reveal partner gender pay gap after request by MPs

Magic circle firms include partners in pay gap figures following pressure from MPs

Slaughter and May and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer have revealed their gender pay gap data, including partners, in response to a request from the parliamentary committee investigating gender pay gap reporting.

The magic circle firms have handed over their figures in letters published online today by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy select committee, which recently wrote to all five firms to request that they restate their data, including partners.

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