Williams & Connolly
Keker & Van NestAnon Source wrote:W&C is 50/75, plus class year credit. So, someone coming off two clerkships will start at 195k and get a raise with their class year in January. Someone coming off one will start at 180k.
Susman GodfreyAnon Source wrote:Keker gives a $50k Article III bonus, regardless of the number of clerkships. There's no bump for D.Ct+COA (which is standard for most of their incoming associates). They also do not give a SCOTUS bonus. I believe clerks get class year and compensation credit, though, so someone coming in after two years of clerking would be paid as a third-year associate.
Sullivan & CromwellAnon Source wrote:SG is 50/60, 175k starting, salary credit for second clerkships.
Cravath Swaine & Moorehttp://www.sullcrom.com/compensation-and-benefits wrote:Compensation
First-Year Base Salary..... $160,000
Second-Year Base Salary..... $170,000
Clerkship Bonus (for one year)*..... $50,000
Clerkship Bonus (for two years)*..... $70,000
Class-year credit is also extended for eligible clerkships.
* For eligible clerkships.
Davis Polk & Wardwellhttp://www.cravath.com/faq/ wrote:Does the Firm pay bonuses to incoming associates who have clerked?
Yes. For any qualifying clerkships, the Firm pays a clerkship bonus of $50,000 to incoming associates. If an incoming associate has clerked for two years in qualifying clerkships, the Firm will pay a $70,000 bonus (in lieu of the $50,000 bonus described above). Incoming associates who have clerked for a Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court are paid an additional bonus.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcherhttp://www.davispolk.com/careers/us/compensation-and-benefits/ wrote:Incoming associate benefits include:
Relocation expenses, including the cost of moving and storage and a broker's fee of up to $2,500 within six months of arrival at the firm
A salary advance of up to $7,500 within three months of one's arrival to the firm
Bar review tuition and fees for bar examination and admission
Class credit is given in the salary scale for up to two years of clerkship at a U.S. federal or state court or Canadian court, and upon arrival at the firm, eligible clerks receive a bonus of $50,000 for a one-year clerkship and $70,000 for a two-year clerkship or two one-year clerkships.
Boies Schiller & FlexnerAnon Source wrote:Gibson Dunn pays 50k for a first year clerkship and does not offer a second years bonus. GDC also pays summer associates an "advance" out of their clerkship bonus to cover what would otherwise be a 17k bar stipend, rather than providing the stipend outright. GDC offers one year of class rank for salary purposes for up to two clerkships.
Munger Tolls & OlsenAnon Source wrote:Boies Schiller pays 50/70 and gives full class credit for both years.
WilmerHaleAnon Source wrote:Pays 50k as a first clerkship bonus. It is unclear whether they provide a second year clerkship bonus or how they calculate class credit for either year.
Paul, WeissAnon Source wrote:WilmerHale pays 50K for first, and I believe 75K if you're joining after completing two clerkships. The clerkships may be Art. III or the highest court of a state (obviously a huge jump if you have SCOTUS). You get 1 year of seniority for one clerkships, and 2 years of seniority for two clerkships (i'm not sure what happens if you have a two-year clerkship term). But if you completed two 1-year clerkships after graduating before joining the firm, you start as a 3rd-year associate.
http://www.paulweisscareers.com/judicialclerks/ wrote:Paul, Weiss gives 50/70.