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  1. Salary Trends — A 15-Year Overview
  2. Salary Trends — A 13-Year Overview
  3. Salary Distribution Curves
  4. Salary Distribution Curve for the Class of 2009 Shows Relatively Few Salaries Were Close to the Mean
  5. Public Sector Salary Information
  6. Employment and Salary Trends for New Law Graduates, 1985-2000
  7. Findings from NALP's Associate Salary Survey — A Historical Perspective 1996-2001
  8. Member Salary Surveys (password protected)
  9. Employment Report & Salary Survey (ERSS) Info
  10. Median First-Year Big-Law Associate Salary Slumps to $145,000 in 2012, a Median Last Seen in 2007
  11. New Public Interest and Public Sector Salary Figures from NALP Show Little Growth Since 2004
  12. NALP Publishes New Public Sector and Public Interest Attorney Salary Research
  13. Class of 2013 Bimodal Salary Curve
  14. Class of 2012 Employment and Salary Findings Show First Positive Signs Since 2008
  15. The NALP Salary Curve for the Class of 2011
  16. The NALP Salary Curve Morphs with the Class of 2010
  17. Starting Salary Distribution for Class of 2008 More Dramatic than Previous Years
  18. NALP's Public Sector & Public Interest Salary Report Turns Ten!
  19. Associate Salary Survey
  20. Employer Types with Average Salary Information - Class of 2012
  21. Class of 2012 Salary Distribution Curve
  22. Employer Types with Average Salary Information - Class of 2011
  23. Jobs
  24. Research & Statistics
  25. Public Service Initiatives
  26. Long Range Strategic Plan 2005-2010
  27. NALP Director of Public Service Initiatives and Fellowships
  28. Welcome New NALP Members!
  29. Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression Section (SOGIE)
  30. Surveys, Ratings, and Rankings — And Why I’ll Create My Own Top Five Movie List!
  31. Full Text of NALP Principles and Standards
  32. Rescinded Offers
  33. Legal Career Professionals
  34. Recent Graduates
  35. Salaries & Compensation
  36. Trends
  37. Member Diversity Initiatives
  38. Career Services
  39. Shared Resource Pool (login required)
  40. Weekly News Digest for Legal Career Professionals
  41. Board Meeting Summaries - Current Year
  42. Board Meeting Summaries - Archive
  43. Working Glossary
  44. Trends in Graduate Employment (1985-2007)
  45. New Findings on Salaries for Public Interest Attorneys
  46. Trends in Graduate Employment (1985-2008)
  47. Law School Career Services - Changes Over Time
  48. What Do New Lawyers Earn? A 15-Year Retrospective as Reported by Law School Graduates
  49. Trends in Graduate Employment — 1985-2006
  50. How Much Do Law Firms Pay New Associates? A 12-year Retrospective as Reported by Firms
  51. New Survey Reveals Higher Salaries, More Years of Experience
  52. Law Firm Job Opportunities and Population Changes, 1995-2005
  53. Trends in Graduate Employment — 1985-2005
  54. State Government Jobs in State Capitals (Class of 2004)
  55. New Research on Attorney Salaries at Public Sector and Public Interest Organizations
  56. Law School Career Services — Then and Now
  57. Trends in Graduate Employment — 1985-2004
  58. Lawyer Recruitment, Professional Development, and Personnel Management Professionals - 2004
  59. Trends in Graduate Employment — 1982-2003
  60. New Research on Attorney Salaries at Public Sector and Public Interest Organizations
  61. New Research from the NALP Workplace Questionnaire
  62. State Government Jobs in State Capitals
  63. Employment Comparisons and Trends for Men and Women, Minorities and Non-minorities
  64. Legal Recruitment — Then and Now
  65. Trends in Law Firm Jobs — Classes of 1982-2001
  66. Employment Trends, 1985-2001
  67. Changes in Law Firm Salaries from 2000 to 2001
  68. Law School Employment Profiles — Class of 1999
  69. Past Years
  70. Archives
  71. Minorities & Women
  72. Preliminary Results from NALP 2008 Survey of Legal Career Professionals in Law Firms and Employer Organizations
  73. Highlights of NALP's 2009 Law School Career Services Survey
  74. NALP Employer Survey Takes on a New Look
  75. Class of 2013
  76. Class of 2012
  77. Class of 2011
  78. Class of 2010
  79. Class of 2009
  80. Class of 2008
  81. Class of 2007
  82. Class of 2006
  83. Class of 2000
  84. Private Sector Salaries
  85. Public Interest Salaries
  86. Courting Clerkships: The NALP Judicial Clerkship Study
  87. Courting Clerkships Full Report: Findings of the Judicial Clerkship Study
  88. Clerkship Study Law Student Findings
  89. Clerkship Study Alumni Clerk Findings
  90. Clerkship Study Tables 27-45
  91. Clerkship Study Tables 46-66
  92. Employment Market for Law School Graduates Wavers
  93. Longstanding Employment Patterns for Law School Graduates Interrupted
  94. Class of 2011 Has Lowest Employment Rate Since Class of 1994
  95. Annotated Resource Bibliography
  96. Alumni Counseling Quick Tips
  97. Sample Legal Recruiting Job Description
  98. Career Paths - Career Services Administration
  99. Interviewing - Judicial Clerkships
  100. Law Schools - NALP Research
  101. Networking/Informational Interviewing - Public Service/Pro Bono
  102. Recruitment Management - Small and Medium Employers
  103. Training - Work/Life Balance
  104. Law School Grads Face Worst Job Market Yet - Less Than Half Find Jobs in Private Practice
  105. Median Private Practice Starting Salaries for the Class of 2011 Plunge as Private Practice Jobs Continue to Erode
  106. Law School Class of 2012 Finds More Jobs, Starting Salaries Rise - But Large Class Size Hurts Overall Employment Rate
  107. Associate Salaries Bobble But Remain Essentially Flat
  108. For Second Year in a Row New Grads Find More Jobs, Starting Salaries Rise — But Overall Unemployment Rate Rises with Historically Large Graduating Class
  109. Salaries at Largest Firms Continue to Rise Rapidly
  110. Market for New Law Graduates Up — Topping 90% for First Time Since 2000
  111. NALP Publishes New Report on Salaries for Public Sector and Public Interest Attorneys
  112. Salaries Up at Largest Firms for First Time Since 2000
  113. Market for New Law Graduates Up — Approaches 90% for First Time Since 2001
  114. Salaries at Largest Firms Up Again
  115. Market for New Law Graduates at Highest Level in 20 Years, Approaching 92%
  116. NALP Publishes New Report on Salaries for Public Sector and Public Interest Attorneys
  117. Market for Class of 2008 Law Graduates Shrinks — Employment Rate Registers First Decline Since 2003
  118. Salaries at Largest Firms Peak in 2009
  119. Class of 2009 Faced New Challenges with Recession: Overall Employment Rate Masks Job Market Weakness
  120. Market for Law Graduates Changes with Recession: Class of 2009 Faced New Challenges
  121. Some Associate Salaries Retreat from Their High But Remain Far Ahead of Salaries for Public Service Attorneys
  122. Law Firm Associate Salaries Changed Little from Last Year
  123. Class of 2010 Graduates Saddled with Falling Average Starting Salaries as Private Practice Jobs Erode
  124. Class of 2010 Graduates Faced Worst Job Market Since Mid-1990s: Longstanding Employment Patterns Interrupted
  125. Entry-Level Lawyer Salaries Remarkably Stable
  126. Market for New Law Graduates Is Steady
  127. Entry-Level Associate Salaries Continue to Remain Stable in Large Firms (8/31/04)
  128. Employment for New Law Graduates is Nearly Steady
  129. Employment of New Law Graduates Remains Relatively Strong Despite Small Downturn
  130. Employment of New Law Graduates Exceeds 90% for Second Year in a Row
  131. Entry-Level Associate Salaries Again Remain Stable in Large Firms (8/8/03)
  132. Entry-Level Associate Salaries Remain Stable in Large Firms (8/19/02)
  133. Entry-Level Associate Salaries Remain Stable in Large Firms (8/24/01)
  134. Employment of New Law Graduates Tops 90%
  135. Entry-Level Associate Salaries Rise Sharply
  136. Entry-Level Associate Salaries Show No Sign of Leveling Off
  137. Employment of New Law Graduates Continues to Rise
  138. Entry-Level Associate Salaries Escalate Dramatically
  139. Employment of New Law Graduates Highest Since 1990
  140. Employment for New Law Graduates Down Slightly, but Remains Relatively Strong
  141. Employment Rate Falls Again, but Law Firm Jobs Are Up
  142. Starting Salaries - Class of 2012
  143. Buying Power Index Class of 2012
  144. Jobs in Business and Industry - Two Decades of Change
  145. A Look at How the Distribution of Law Firm Jobs Taken by Law Graduates Has Fluctuated by Gender and Race
  146. Legal Services Jobs - Are They Up or Down?
  147. Buying Power Index Class of 2011
  148. Starting Salaries - Class of 2011
  149. Just What Is the JD Advantage?
  150. Detailed Analysis of JD Advantage Jobs
  151. Starting Salaries - Class of 2010
  152. State Government Jobs in State Capitals (Class of 2007)
  153. Class of 2003 National Summary Report
  154. Class of 2002 National Summary Report
  155. Salaries for New Lawyers: How Did We Get Here?
  156. What Do New Lawyers Earn? A 15-Year Retrospective 1994-2008
  157. How Much Do Law Firms Pay New Associates? A 14-Year Retrospective as Reported by Firms
  158. Starting Salaries Re-Examined: A Critical Look at Averages
  159. How Much Do Law Firms Pay New Associates? A 16-Year Retrospective
  160. Salaries for New Lawyers: An Update on Where We Are and How We Got Here
  161. Public Interest and Government Salaries
  162. New Findings on Salaries for Public Interest Attorneys
  163. Sample Career Services Job Description
  164. ERSS 2011 software update - February 2012
  165. NALP Best Practices Guide for Managing Law School Employment Outcomes
  166. Prelaw - How Can NALP Resources Help Me Make Good Choices?
  167. Prelaw - What Questions Should I Ask?
  168. Prelaw - What Is the Timetable for Legal Recruitment?
  169. Choosing Small, Choosing Smart: Job Search Strategies for Lawyers in the Small Firm Market, Revised 2nd Edition
  170. The Legal Career Guide: From Law Student to Lawyer, 4th Edition
  171. The Lawyer's Guide to Mentoring
  172. Negotiating with Small Firms
  173. Jobs & JD’s: Employment and Salaries of New Law Graduates
  174. Starting Salaries: What New Law Graduates Earn
  175. Full-time Salaries for Jobs Lasting at Least One Year, by Employer or Job Type - Class of 2012
  176. Reported Salaries by State for Full-Time Jobs Taken by the Class of 2012
  177. Reported Salaries by State for Full-Time Jobs in Private Practice Taken by the Class of 2012
  178. Reported Salaries by State for Full-Time Jobs in Business, Government, Public Interest and Judicial Clerkship Positions
  179. Median Reported Salaries by Employer Type in the 20 Cities Providing the Most Jobs to the Class of 2012
  180. Reported Salaries by City and Firm Size for Full-Time Jobs Taken by the Class of 2012
  181. Reported Salaries by City for Law Firm Jobs - Class of 2012
  182. Trends in Median Reported Salaries - Class of 2012
  183. Median Reported Salaries for Full-Time Jobs - Class of 2012
  184. Salaries by Employer Type - Class of 2011
  185. Full-Time Salaries for Jobs Lasting at Least One Year, by Employer or Job Type - Class of 2011
  186. Reported Salaries by State for Full-Time Jobs Taken by the Class of 2011
  187. Reported Salaries by State for Full-Time Jobs in Private Practice Taken by the Class of 2011
  188. Reported Salaries by State for Full-Time Jobs in Business, Government, Public Interest, and Judicial Clerkship Positions Taken by the Class of 2011
  189. Reported Salaries by City and Firm Size for Full-Time Jobs Taken by the Class of 2011
  190. Reported Salaries by City for Law Firm Jobs
  191. Median Reported Salaries by Employer Type - Class of 2010
  192. Buying Power Index Class of 2010
  193. Starting Salaries - What New Law Graduates Earn - Class of 2010

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27 matching Bulletin articles.

  1. September 2008 - In the Public Interest: New Public Service Resources for a New School Year
  2. September 2008 - NALP Research: New Findings on Salaries for Public Interest Attorneys
  3. January 2008 - NALP Research: Salaries for New Lawyers - How Did We Get Here?
  4. November 2007 - From the President: Broadening the Hiring Pool
  5. October 2007 - From the Executive Director: Let's Get Graphic!
  6. September 2007 - NALP Research: What Do New Lawyers Earn? A 15-Year Retrospective as Reported by Law School Graduates
  7. December 2006 - Tu Donación, Por Favor: How a Law Student Raised the Salary for Her Dream Job
  8. November 2006 - NALP Research: New Survey Reveals Higher Salaries, More Years of Experience
  9. September 2006 - Advocating for a Job: How to Train Students to Negotiate with Small and Mid-Sized Firms
  10. September 2006 - In the Public Interest: Handling King-Sized Debt on a Pauper's Salary - Can Today's Law Students Afford to Become Tomorrow's Public Interest Lawyers?
  11. July 2005 - Salary Trends -- A 15-Year Overview
  12. May 2005 - Financial Realities of Alternative Career Choices
  13. March 2004 - Pursuing an Alternative Career: A Financial Perspective
  14. April 2003 - Not in It for the Money -- Can Your Graduates Affort a Public Interest Career?
  15. September 2002 - Big News in Small Print: A Focus on Small Firm Salaries
  16. December 2001 - Competing for Quality Associates Based on Compensation Packages: An Antitrust Refresher Course for the Legal Recruiting Professional
  17. August 2009 - NALP Research: What Do New Lawyers Earn? A 15-Year Retrospective as Reported by Law School Graduates
  18. September 2010 - In the Public Interest . . . Public Service Salaries in Context - Attorneys Burdened by Low Salaries and High Debt
  19. September 2010 - NALP Research: New Findings on Salaries for Public Interest Attorneys
  20. October 2010 - NALP Research: Starting Salaries Re-examined
  21. August 2011 - Negotiating a Job Offer: Helping Law Students Learn to Ask for What They Deserve
  22. August 2012 - NALP Research: Salaries for New Lawyers: An Update on Where We Are and How We Got Here
  23. July 2013 - Quick Tips for Alumni: Ten Steps for a Successful Salary Negotiation
  24. August 2013 - Class of 2012 Employment and Salary Findings Show First Positive Signs Since 2008
  25. August 2013 - NALP Research: Employment Rate Falls Again, but Law Firm Jobs Are Up
  26. December 2013 - NALP Research: A Look at How the Distribution of Law Firm Jobs Taken by Law Graduates Has Fluctuated by Gender and Race
  27. July 2014 - NALP Research: NALP's Public Sector & Public Interest Attorney Salary Report Turns Ten!

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