NALP's new 2017 Associate Salary Survey report shows that the overall median first-year salary as of January 1, 2017, was $135,000, the same as in 2015, the year of the most recent previous survey. What about all those $180,000 first-year salaries that were announced over the course of several months in 2016? Among the more than 500 survey respondents there were not nearly enough offices reporting a $180,000 salary to push the median up to that level.
As innovation, disruption, and invention continue to take hold of the legal industry, talent management professionals are uniquely situated to advise, guide, support, and mold what the future will look like. This four-part webinar series features several authors from the recent NALP publication Innovating Talent Management.
Did you miss the first ever NALPnext event in San Francisco? The recording is now available online. The session, NALP’s version of TED Talks, featured four NALP members who gave 10-minute talks on a variety of topics from the gig economy to opening a café.
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