Below is a link to a very good power-point show apparently put together by Indiana Law School for the Southeast of all places. Since we all know NALP doesn't always have salary information for every firm in a city, I thought it was very helpful. It breaks down the Southeast legal market into Atlanta, Raleigh, Charlotte, and then all the regions in Florida, and lists whats hot in the each area (practice wise) and what's not. It then breaks down major firms in each city into salary ranges for entry level associates.
It also has a good bit of information about Texas and the seperate legal markets in that state. I was suprised to learn that 100k a year in Houston is equivalent to over 200k a year in New York City. So it seems that even though New York's firms have raised their current salary to 160K for entry level, 100k starting in Houston is much more. Anyway...take a look for yourselves. http://www.law.indiana.edu/careers/etc/Texas%20Southeast.ppt#256,1,Indiana
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