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The NALP Bulletin, a monthly magazine, presents news and issues of professional interest to NALP’s membership of over 2,500 legal career professionals who advise law students, lawyers, law offices, and law schools in the U.S., Canada, and beyond. The NALP Bulletin invites articles from members and other interested professionals. The NALP Bulletin is provided to NALP members as part of their annual membership fees. 

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Current Issue — September 2019:

  • From the President: Our Roots and Our Wings by Georgia Emery Gray
  • NALP Research: Employment Rate Continues Upward Trend for Class of 2018; Total Number of Law Firm Jobs Increases for First Time in Five Years by Danielle A. Taylor
  • Board Sets Dues and Conference Fees for 2019-2020
  • Spoofing, Phishing, Scamming, Oh My! by Lisa Quirk
  • December Dreaming! Here's Why I'm Looking Forward to the 2019 Professional Development Institute by Caitlin Somerman Kapoor
  • Tips for Thriving (Not Just Surviving) Recruiting Season by Lauren Tapper and Ashley Bazzarone
  • Defining Diversity Fellowship Success by Leah Adams, Tammie C. Garner, and Jana Simon
  • Bankruptcy Clerkships: An Overlooked Opportunity by Janet Siegel Brown
  • Teaching Compassion and Empathy: How a Poverty Simulation Experience Adds Teachable Moments for Empathic Future Lawyering by Kala C. Taylor and Ashley H. Campbell
  • Helping the Veteran Law Student Hit Reset in Law School by Korey Henson
  • A Letter to a Law Firm Partner — Clients Want to Feel Understood: Three Things to Know by Werten Bellamy
  • What One Law School Learned from Developing a Formal Onboarding Process by Angela Cruseturner


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