Lewis Rice Increases Salaries for Entry-Level Associates, Current Associates, and Summer Associates Effective September 2019

Lewis Rice is pleased to announce that effective September 1, 2019 the Firm will increase the starting salary for entry-level associates by $5,000 to $140,000 per year. All current associates' salaries have also increased by $5,000.

Additionally, Lewis Rice will increase the salary for summer associates from $2,596 per week to $2,692 per week beginning summer of 2020.

Lewis Rice Chairman Thomas Erb notes, "Our people are our most valuable asset. Lewis Rice is committed to maintaining a highly competitive compensation structure for our team of lawyers in recognition of their dedication to the Firm and the outstanding work they do for our clients."

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