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2005

Women and Attorneys of Color Continue to Make Small Gains at Large Law Firms
(2005-11-17)

Part-Time Attorney Schedules Available But Under-Utilized
(2005-11-17)

Entry-Level Lawyer Salaries Remarkably Stable
(2005-08-08)

Market for New Law Graduates Is Steady
(2005-07-15)

Entry-Level Hiring at Law Firms Stabilizes — Lateral Hiring Increases
(2005-03-25)

Fall Legal Recruiting Increases Modestly
(2005-03-25)

2004

Part-Time Attorney Schedules Remain an Under-Utilized Option by Most Partners, Associates
(2004-11-05)

Women and Attorneys of Color Continue to Make Only Small Gains at Large Law Firms
(2004-11-05)

NALP Publishes New Public Sector and Public Interest Attorney Salary Research
(2004-08-31)

Entry-Level Associate Salaries Continue to Remain Stable in Large Firms (8/31/04)
(2004-08-31)

Employment for New Law Graduates is Nearly Steady
(2004-07-01)

Fall Legal Recruiting Picks Up Slightly
(2004-03-12)

Entry-Level Hiring at Law Firms Declines — Lateral Hiring Also Off (3/12/04)
(2004-03-12)

2003

Part-Time Attorney Schedules Still Widely Available, but Remain Rarely Used by Partners, Associates
(2003-11-07)

Women and Attorneys of Color Continue to Make Small Gains at Large Law Firms
(2003-11-07)

Entry-Level Associate Salaries Again Remain Stable in Large Firms (8/8/03)
(2003-08-08)

Employment for New Law Graduates Down Slightly, but Remains Relatively Strong
(2003-07-24)

Entry-Level Hiring at Law Firms Stabilizes — Lateral Hiring Drops but Continues to Match Entry-Level Hiring (3/12/03)
(2003-03-12)

Fall Legal Recruiting Stays the Course
(2003-03-12)

2002

Part-Time Attorney Schedules Continue to be Rarely Used by Partners, Associates
(2002-10-03)

Presence of Women and Attorneys of Color in Large Law Firms Continues to Rise Slowly but Steadily
(2002-10-03)

Entry-Level Associate Salaries Remain Stable in Large Firms (8/19/02)
(2002-08-19)

Employment of New Law Graduates Remains Relatively Strong Despite Small Downturn
(2002-07-24)

Entry-Level Hiring Continues to Increase in Law Firms — Lateral Hiring Surges, Continues to Outpace Entry-Level (4/5/02)
(2002-04-05)

Fall Legal Recruiting Activities Slow as Economy Weakens
(2002-04-05)

2001

Dearth of Women and Attorneys of Color Remains in Law Firms
(2001-12-03)

Part-Time Schedules Rarely Used by Partners, Associates
(2001-12-03)

Entry-Level Associate Salaries Remain Stable in Large Firms (8/24/01)
(2001-08-24)

Employment of New Law Graduates Exceeds 90% for Second Year in a Row
(2001-07-23)

Fall Legal Recruiting Activities Remain Steady
(2001-03-29)

Entry-Level Hiring Continues to Increase in Law Firms; Lateral Hiring Slowed, But Still Exceeded Entry-Level (2/15/01)
(2001-02-15)

2000

Part-Time Schedules Remain Widely Available but Rarely Used by Attorneys
(2000-11-27)

Presence of Women and Attorneys of Color in Large Law Firms Continues to Rise Slowly
(2000-11-15)

Entry-Level Associate Salaries Rise Sharply
(2000-08-28)

Employment of New Law Graduates Tops 90%
(2000-07-20)

NALP Data Reveal Increased Fall Recruiting Activities
(2000-03-22)

Entry-Level Hiring Continues to Increase in Law Firms
(2000-02-16)

1999

Opportunities for Part-Time Schedules Rarely Used by Attorneys
(1999-11-18)

Presence of Women and Attorneys of Color in Large Law Firms Rising Slowly but Steadily
(1999-11-18)

Entry-Level Associate Salaries Show No Sign of Leveling Off
(1999-08-30)

Employment of New Law Graduates Continues to Rise
(1999-07-26)

Recruiting Activities During Fall of 1998 Increased from Both Law School and Employer Perspectives
(1999-04-12)

Part-Time Schedules for Attorneys Available, but Used Infrequently in Law Firms
(1999-03-29)

Presence of Women and Attorneys of Color Continues to Rise at Large Law Firms
(1999-02-03)

Lateral Hiring in Law Firms Increases Dramatically; Entry-Level Also High
(1999-02-01)

1998

Entry-Level Associate Salaries Escalate Dramatically
(1998-09-02)

Employment of New Law Graduates Highest Since 1990
(1998-07-07)

Recruiting Activites During Fall of 1997 Increase
(1998-03-16)

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