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Boost transparency: 2012 remuneration survey for ALL lawyers in law firms, courts, in-house, LPO

A survey that is actually fun: LI 2012 Remuneration Survey powered by state-of-the-art survey software
A survey that is actually fun: LI 2012 Remuneration Survey powered by state-of-the-art survey software
Legally India is pleased to launch its 2012 remuneration survey, which will be the most sophisticated research into lawyer pay ever conducted in India, heavily tailored towards all major niches of the profession.

Take part to receive an exclusive report that will let you benchmark yourself against the market. Take part to increase transparency in the industry.

And finally, take part because it is actually going to be very short, sweet and fun – all you need is four minutes. And of course, we guarantee you that no data that can be used to identify anyone will ever be revealed or published.

Click here to give it a spin

The 2012 survey will build on the previous salary research conducted by Legally India, which for the first time revealed most major corporate starter salaries, as well as more senior salary trends.

Please also share with your friends via the buttons below, or just tell them about it. This will only work if a huge number of lawyers at all seniority levels participate. So, partners, freshers and senior associates, AoRs, counsel, analysts, start-ups and legal heads, please join in to make this work.

You can also take the survey via most Blackberrys or smartphones by browsing to legallyindia.com/surveys

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