1st year looking at in-house

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1st year looking at in-house

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:56 am

What would a competitive salary be for a first year in house?

(Stub/1st year in biglaw)
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Dr. Nefario

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Re: 1st year looking at in-house

Postby Dr. Nefario » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:20 am

Kinda depends on the company size, industry, and location. I've seen people take in-house internships that range from unpaid (classified as an externship or something) to minimum wage to $25 an hour all the way up to $30k for the summer. A little more info for the types of positions you're looking at might help.

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Re: 1st year looking at in-house

Postby nealric » Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:08 am

Anonymous User wrote:What would a competitive salary be for a first year in house?

(Stub/1st year in biglaw)


It’s hard to say because 1st years rarely move in-house. It’s also dependent on company size, practice, industry, and location.

Personally, I think it’s worth waiting until you are a 4th year to go in house unless a specific opportunity has come up.



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