The 2014 Professional Development Institute is the “must-attend” conference for learning about current trends in lawyer professional development, exploring key issues facing the legal industry, hearing about proven programs to give your lawyers and law students the competitive edge they need, and gaining access to more than 300 law firm and law school PD contacts.
Public interest career counselors, pro bono program managers, and other public-service career professionals from the law school and employer communities are invited to attend the 2014 NALP/PSJD Public Service Mini-Conference. The Mini-Conference, NALP’s premier public interest event, is a great opportunity to spend time with friends and colleagues during the Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair weekend, and offers wonderful programming that will benefit both veteran public interest career professionals and newcomers alike.
A new 95-page guide, The Emergence of Nontraditional-Track Lawyer Career Paths: A Resource Guide for Law Firms and Law Schools, researched and compiled by the NALP New Career Models Task Force, is now available as a free, downloadable PDF.
Do you have expertise in lawyer professional development and an interest in writing? NALP will soon become publisher of PD Quarterly and is now seeking article proposals for future issues.
NALP JOB CENTER
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