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every few months or so.” • “Agile-working, i.e. working from home or time-shifting, is encouraged.” SURVEY SNAPSHOT Among our survey respondents at Hogan Lovells: • 43% were junior associates, 40% were mid-level associates, and 17% were senior associates. • 54% were former summer associates, 34% were hired as lateral associates, and 4% were hired during or after a clerkship. 41% plan to make partner, 23% plan to move in-house, and 5% plan to lateral to another firm. • UVA, Harvard, Georgetown, and GW were the most represented schools. BASE SALARY (2017) Most U.S. Offices 1st year: $180,000 2nd year: $190,000 3rd year: $210,000 4th year: $235,000 5th year: $260,000 6th year: $280,000 7th year: $300,000 8th year: $315,000 *Compensation is based on 2000 billable hour levels (after 1850 billable hours, unlimited pro bono) EMPLOYMENT CONTACTS Irena McGrath Chief Associate Recruitment Officer 555 Thirteenth St., NW Washington, D.C. 20004 (202) 637-5600 [email protected] Recruiting contacts for all locations at careers-us. hoganlovells.com.
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© 2017 Vault.com Inc. 266 Vault Guide to the Top 100 Law Firms, 2018 Edition HOGAN LOVELLS LLP THE SCOOP Formed on May 1, 2010 by the merger of Hogan & Hartson and Lovells, Hogan Lovells is a global megafirm with more than 450 offices in the United States, Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. The firm boasts more than 2,600 lawyers, making it one of the largest firms around. CEO Stephen Immelt is based out of Hogan Lovells’ Baltimore and Washington, DC offices, and Deputy CEO David Hudd is based in London. Hogan’s Heroes Hogan & Hartson traced its roots to 1904, the year when trial lawyer Frank J. Hogan hung out a shingle in the nation’s capital. He skyrocketed to fame thanks to his involvement in sensational cases like the “Teapot Dome” scandal, in which he represented oil baron Edward L. Doheny, who faced charges of bribery and conspiracy to defraud the federal government (Doheny was acquitted.) Nelson Hartson, an IRS attorney, joined Hogan in 1925. Given the partners’ backgrounds, it’s no surprise Hogan & Hartson became known for its government, regulatory, and tax work. Over the years, it also developed strengths in litigation, corporate and transactional law, and intellectual property. The firm did not venture beyond the Beltway until 1984, but once it did, expansion came rapidly. By the time of the Lovells merger in 2010, Hogan & Hartson had grown to include over two dozen offices in 12 countries. Lovells’ Lawyers Hogan & Hartson had a long history, but Lovells’ was even longer. That firm dated to 1899, which is when its predecessor firm was established in London by John Spencer Lovell. In 1966, the firm joined forces with another UK stalwart Haslewoods, which had many lucrative connections within the British government. A second merger occurred in 1988 with Durrant Piesse, itself the result of a combination among well-regarded firms; Durrant had longstanding corporate relationships in the booming financial sector, as well as expertise in IP.
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