U.S. Adds 4,700 Legal Jobs in September

The Am Law Daily
October 2



NALP 2016 Legal Recruiting Summit - Registration Open

Come join the conversation about how legal employers and law schools are responding to the issues that arise from changes in the profession at this exciting one-day conference devoted entirely to entry-level recruiting.

Registration Now Open for 2015 Professional Development Institute

The 2015 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. If you are responsible for professional development in a law firm, law school, corporation, or government agency, the Professional Development Institute will equip you and your organization to stay ahead in today’s challenging environment.

Registration Now Open for the 2015 Public Service Mini-Conference

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 2015 NALP/PSJD Public Service Mini-Conference on Thursday, October 22 at University of California's Washington, DC Center with additional programming for newcomers on Wednesday, October 21.

New NALP Employment Findings for Class of 2014: Employment Rate Up, Jobs Down

According to "Selected Findings from the Employment Report and Salary Survey for the Class of 2014," for the first time since 2007 and the onset of the Great Recession, the employment rate for law school graduates has risen, from just 84.5% for the Class of 2013 to 86.7% for the Class of 2014, a jump of 2.2 percentage points. This good news comes, however, with a few caveats.

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