Compensation & Benefits

Salaries and general benefits for associates are fully competitive with other leading international firms. We are keenly aware of the need to actively support associates seeking to balance their professional careers with family responsibilities. Our comprehensive suite of benefits and options, includes:

  • Salary ̶  starting at $225,000
  • Discretionary bonuses
  • Savings plan (401K) available to U.S.-based lawyers
  • Vacation ̶  4 weeks per year
  • Flexible part-time schedule options
  • Reimbursement of incoming associate relocation costs (including broker fees)
  • Bar-related costs, malpractice insurance and membership dues to select voluntary bar associations
  • Commuter benefit program (pre-tax)
  • Discounted gym memberships
  • Health and dental insurance
  • Healthcare and dependent care flexible spending plans
  • Life and travel accident insurance
  • Short- and long-term disability
  • Vision and dependent life insurance
  • Prescription drug benefit
  • Maternity leave
  • Parental leave and primary childcare leave (birth and adoption)
  • On-site nursing rooms
  • Off-site emergency childcare support programs
  • Domestic partner benefits (where applicable)
  • Employee assistance program (including emergency eldercare services), Ginger™ Emotional and Mental Health Support app and a variety of wellness programs
  • Technology reimbursement/stipend
  • Business casual dress policy (details vary among offices)
  • Subsidized meals (details vary among offices)
  • Subsidized on-site cafeteria (where applicable)
  • Student loan refinancing
  • Visa assistance (assistance provided to non-U.S. associates who will require sponsorship for a work visa)
  • Client development budget

Please note: This is a brief summary provided for general informational purposes only. Documentation setting forth the operative terms of these benefits is available to participants. All benefits are subject to change.

Under the Transparency in Coverage Rule, issued in 2020 by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of the Treasury and enforced beginning 7/1/22, health plans are required to release machine-readable files of their in-network negotiated rates and out-of-network allowed amounts.

UnitedHealthcare creates and publishes the Machine-Readable Files on behalf of Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP. To link to the Machine-Readable Files, please click here.