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(NEW) NALP Diversity Infographic - 2016

 

2016
Recent Recruiting Cycle Yields Highest Offer Rate - Trend Outlook Points to More Robust Recruiting
(February 16, 2016)

2015

Women, Black/African-American Associates Lose Ground at Major U.S. Law Firms
(November 19, 2015)

Employment Rate for New Law School Graduates Rises by More Than Two Percentage Points - But Overall Number of Jobs Falls as the Size of the Graduating Class Shrinks
(July 30, 2015)

First-Year Associate Salaries at Large Law Firms Have Become Less Homogenous, Though $160,000 Continues to Define the Top of the Market
(April 16, 2015)

Entry-level Law Firm Recruiting Ticks Up
(March 4, 2015)

Diversity Numbers at Law Firms Eke Out Small Gains — Numbers for Women Associates Edge Up After Four Years of Decline
(February 17, 2015)

2014

Top Salaries for First-Year Associates Remain Flat at $160,000, But Prevalence Shrinks as Large Law Firm Market Becomes Less Homogenous
(October 9, 2014)

For Second Year in a Row New Grads Find More Jobs, Starting Salaries Rise — But Overall Unemployment Rate Rises with Historically Large Graduating Class
(June 19, 2014)

NALP Releases New Resource Guide on Nontraditional Track Lawyer Career Paths for Law Firms and Law Schools
(May 21, 2014)

Rate of Part-time Work Among Lawyers Drops for Third Year in 2013, Especially Among Women, But Most Working Part-time Are Women
(February 27, 2014)

Entry-level Law Firm Recruiting Remains Mostly Flat
(February 19, 2014)


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