NALP seeks a Director of Communications and Member Engagement to spearhead communications, member engagement strategies, and marketing.
A recent member survey revealed that community and networking is the most valued member benefit, so NALPconnect got a facelift. The new and improved community is now up and running, ready for members to connect, collaborate, and communicate. Log in today to experience a better community - members have the opportunity to be as engaged as they want!
NALP is excited to announce the release of its first-ever Diversity through Infographics: From Law School to Partnership is a compilation of key findings on diversity in the legal profession based on four demographic buckets. Each infographic in the summary synthesizes data points from NALP's major annual reports and surveys to provide an overview of trends for women, minority, LGBT lawyers, and lawyers with disabilities, from law school to partnership. This infographic summary is the first of hopefully many more graphic, and interactive, representations of NALP research.
The NALP Board has approved a change to the member dues structure for the 2017 membership year commencing January 1, 2017. Following the current long-range strategic plan, the new structure will make membership more appealing to smaller and medium-sized law firms, non-traditional and emerging legal employers, and additional branch offices of member law firms. As a result of the changes, most members will see a decrease in the cost of membership. Law firms of different sizes will pay different dues based on the number of attorneys in their firm. All additional law firm offices will pay a single lower dues rate. In addition, all law schools will benefit from a modest membership dues decrease.
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