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ABA Gives Law Schools Go-Ahead to Use GRE

Inside Higher Ed
December 1

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Send Your New Staff to the Newer Professionals’ Forum

Are you new to the legal careers profession? Is someone on your staff new to the field? Be sure to attend the 2022 Newer Professionals' Forum (NPF), February 10-12 in Louisville, Kentucky. NPF brings together newer professionals and experienced faculty members for two and a half days to focus on the career development of newer professionals in the fields of legal recruitment, law student and lawyer professional development, DEI, and career services.

Curated Collection on Well-Being

The need to care for our well-being and support the well-being of others has never been a greater priority. This collection provides more than a dozen resources to help take care of our lawyers and colleagues, our law students, and ourselves.

Anti-Trans and Non-Binary Legislation: What NALP Members Should Know

Recent legislation across the United States is targeting transgender and non-binary individuals. NALP’s Task Force on Supporting Gender Non-Binary Individuals in the Legal Profession outlines how NALP members can help build a world where trans and non-binary people feel safe and are able to thrive.

NALP Research on Class of 2020 Shows Disparities in Employment Outcomes

NALP's hallmark annual research report, Jobs & JDs, Employment and Salaries of New Graduates, Class of 2020, presents the most comprehensive analysis of the types of employment and salaries obtained by the Class of 2020.

NALP Joins Its Members in Fighting Racism

NALP supports the Asian community and stands in solidarity with our Asian members and with the Asian law students and lawyers who feel most acutely the impact of the increased acts of violence and hatred directed at Asian Americans during the pandemic, part of a long and despicable history of racism directed against Asians in this country that dates back to the earliest history of the United States.

NALP Celebrates 50 Years

NALP has been making you an expert for 50 years. Learn more on our interactive timeline.

NALP believes in fairness, facts and the power of a diverse community.

We work every day to be the best career services, recruitment, and professional development organization in the world because we want the lawyers and law students we serve to have an ethical recruiting system, employment data they can trust, and expert advisers to guide and support them in every stage of their careers

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