Registration Now Open for NALP's Inaugural Lateral Lawyer Recruiting Summit

NALP’s first ever Lateral Lawyer Recruiting Summit will bring together law firm recruiters from around the country to learn more about the exploding lateral hiring market for both associates and partners. Topics will include working effectively with search firms, best practices in lateral hiring and integration, hiring diverse lateral candidates, and more. If you are involved with lateral hiring at your firm, this is a program you can't afford to miss! The hotel block at the Fairmont will close on Monday, May 16. Be sure to book your hotel room prior to that date!

Request for Proposals

The proposal deadline has been extended to May 27 for the 2017 Annual Education Conference, which will be held April 19-22, 2017 in San Francisco. This is an excellent opportunity to share your expertise and tap your creativity by developing an original program for presentation at the conference. For more information about submitting a proposal, see the RFP page.

NALP Board Approves Change to Dues Structure for 2017

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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