The NALP Bulletin+, a monthly digital magazine, presents news and issues of professional interest to NALP’s membership of more than 2,500 legal career professionals who advise law students, lawyers, law offices, and law schools in the U.S., Canada, and beyond. Launched in May 2021, the NALP Bulletin+ is a combination of the legacy NALP Bulletin and PD Quarterly brands. 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.
Current Issue — June 2022 Edition:
- Live Events Are Back, and NALP Has Something Just for You in 2022 by Karl C. Riehl
- Longtime NALP Executive Director Receives President’s Award
- The NALP Community Reunites by James G. Leipold
- Board Announces Service Excellence Award Recipient: Myriah Graves
- Giving Feedback with Emotional Intelligence by Kendra Brodin and Kelli Dunaway
- Anti-Trans and Non-Binary Legislation, Part 2: Language and Its Impact by Rafael Langer-Osuna, Melanie Rowen, and Molly Stafford
- (PDQ) Revised ABA Standards 303(b) and (c) and the Formation of a Lawyer’s Professional Identity, Part 2: Action Steps to Benefit Students, Law Schools, and the Legal Profession by Neil W. Hamilton and Louis D. Bilionis
- (PDQ) Book Review: Let’s Coach All the Lawyers by Milana L. Hogan
- Findings from the NALP/PSJD 2022 Public Service Attorney Salary Survey by Danielle A. Taylor
- Helping Attorneys and Law Students Shift from a Networking Mindset to a Keep-in-Touch Mindset by Jason Levin
- Strategic Social Media Research: Taking It a Step Beyond by Kathleen Behan
- Newcomer’s Corner: Connecting with Students and Recruits During the Break by Precillia Soares
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