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Law School Enrollment Continues Historic Decline

The National Law Journal
December 16

Big Law Still Makes Too Few Women Partners

The American Lawyer
December 10

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Report on Survey of Legal Career Professionals Now Available

The report on the 2014 Survey of Legal Career Professionals in Law Firms and Employer Organizations is now available as a free resource for members (member log-in required). The report details salaries and percent raises for directors, managers, coordinators, department heads, and first-, second-, and third-level professionals with positions dedicated to recruiting, professional development, a combination of recruiting and professional development, or human resources with some recruiting. The report also presents information on bonuses and benefits and on other duties performed by these professionals, as well as information on their education, years in the field, and prior practice.

Registration for the 2015 Newer Professionals' Forum Now Available

The Newer Professionals’ Forum on February 19-21, 2015, will bring together newer professionals and experienced faculty members for two-and-a-half days in Charlotte, North Carolina. The focus will be on the career development of newer professionals in the fields of legal recruitment, law student and lawyer professional development, and career services.

Registration for the 2015 Legal Recruiting Summit

NALP is pleased to be hosting its second annual one-day conference devoted entirely to recruiting — the 2015 Legal Recruiting Summit — on January 29 at New York University Law School. The Summit is an opportunity for legal recruiting professionals from throughout North America to come together for an in-depth look at the future of law firm recruiting and how law firms and law schools are responding to the new normal. If you are involved in any aspect of legal recruiting, this is a program you can’t afford to miss!

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