Board Meeting Summaries - Current Year

July 2023

At the meeting in July, the Board carefully reviewed and approved a $5.6 million budget for the 2024 Fiscal Year. As part of the budget approval, the Board adopted membership dues and educational programming registration fees for 2023-2024:


Law Schools

New Law School


Renewing Law School


Law Firms

New Law Firm


Renewing Law Firm Canada (up to 100 lawyers)


Renewing Law Firm Canada (101+ lawyers)


Renewing Law Firm US (up to 100 lawyers)


Renewing Law Firm (101 - 500 lawyers)


Renewing Law Firm (501-999 lawyers)


Renewing Law Firm (1000 or more lawyers)


Each Additional Office


Other Employers

Government & Public Interest Organizations


Corporate/Other Legal Organizations


Additional Members at Member Institutions

Individual Associate Member





Legal Search Consultants


Affiliates Otherwise Eligible for Voting Membership




2023-2024 Educational Programming Dates and Fees

At its July meeting, the NALP Board of Directors set the base member early-bird registration rates for the 2022-2023 educational programming calendar:

Professional Development Institute
November 30-December 1, 2023, Washington, DC — $850
Public Service Conference
Date TBD, virtual — $75
Canadian Winter Meeting
Date TBD 2023 — $125
Legal Recruiting Summit
January 25, 2024, New York, NY — Employer Members $750/School Members $650
Newer Professionals' Forum
February 7-9, 2024, Philadelphia, PA — $650
Annual Education Conference
April 16-19, 2024, Boston, MA — $975

NALP ended the 2023 Fiscal Year in a strong financial position, notwithstanding the many ups and downs that occurred over the past year with various items that make up NALP's budget.

Board members also reviewed the feedback from members provided through Director outreach calls and Regional Leadership Council member reports; reviewed several of the documents used by the Nominating Committee to educate the membership about leadership position; and heard an update from the NALP Foundation on current research projects, including summary results from the Alumni Study on Employment and Career Satisfaction for the Class of 2019 and the Associate Attrition Study.

Board members also heard from Board Liaisons about the work of several Sections, Work Groups, Committees, Advisory Groups, and Task Forces.

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