NALP Unveils New Logo and Tagline
NALP unveiled a new logo and tagline at the 2013 Annual Education Conference. Learn more about NALP.
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Registration Open for the 2014 Diversity and Inclusion Summit
The 2014 Diversity and Inclusion Summit on June 5-6 in Chicago will bring together NALP and ALFDP members, diversity professionals, law firm partners, in-house lawyers, career counselors, legal hiring and training professionals, law school deans, industry consultants, and other legal career professionals who have an interest in continuing to expand diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. This Summit features topics from the front lines of the discussion about diversity and inclusion in the workplace and in the world, and offers a wide variety of speakers. Learn more.
Submit a Proposal for the 2014 Professional Development Institute
NALP invites you to submit a proposal for the 2014 Professional Development Institute, which will be held December 4 - 5, 2014 in Washington, DC. Submitting a proposal is your opportunity to demonstrate your expertise to the legal professional development audience and to share your best practices with your peers. The deadline for proposal submissions is March 28, 2014. Learn more.
Rate of Part-time Work Among Lawyers Drops for Third Year in 2013
Although nearly all large law firms make part-time schedules available to their experienced lawyers, the percentage of lawyers working part-time continues to remain in single digits. Learn more.
Entry-level Law Firm Recruiting Remains Mostly Flat
In the fall of 2013, for the fifth year in a row, law firms continued to engage in limited entry-level hiring, according to new research by NALP. Learn more.
NALP/Street Law Legal Diversity Pipeline Program
NALP is pleased to partner with Street Law in a diversity pipeline initiative. The program pairs NALP member law firms with local high schools, and commits practicing lawyers and other legal professional to teaching law-related topics in high school classrooms. Learn more.