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Dewey Have Data on How Much Partners Got Paid? Yes — Thanks to the Partner Contribution Plan

Here’s the spreadsheet showing the 100-plus former Dewey partners who broke the $1 million mark in terms of total 2011 and 2012 payments from the firm. Some comments:

1. Left to right, the columns are: Partner Last Name, Partner First Name, Total 2011 & 2012 Payments, and Final Contribution Amount.

2. The transcription of all data was done manually from a hard-copy document. If you see any typos or other errors, please email us or text us (646-820-8477; texts only, not a voice line).

3. Yes, the $1 million cutoff is somewhat arbitrary. As noted above, the transcription was done manually. (For various reasons, we aren’t able to upload the entire document — but giving you the top earners hits pretty much all the juicy stuff.)

4. There are two sheets to the spreadsheet. Sheet 1 lists the partners alphabetically by last name, and Sheet 2 lists the partners by compensation, from highest to lowest.

5. If you’d like to access a full version of this spreadsheet, with sortable columns, here’s a link to the Google Doc.

We hope you enjoy this voyeuristic look through the compensation of ex-partners of Dewey & LeBoeuf. Feel free to mention any juicy tidbits or fun nuggets you come across in the comments to this post. Happy hunting!

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Earlier: Biglaw Blind Item: The $6 Million Men
Dewey Have Good Prospects for a Speedy Settlement With Former Partners?
Dewey Have a Deal With Former Partners of the Firm?
Inside Straight: Analyzing ‘Black-Box’ Compensation

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