Now Available: Perspectives on 2018 Law Student Recruiting Report

NALP's new Perspectives on 2018 Law Student Recruiting report shows that law firm recruiting activity in 2018 was brisk, with offer rates coming out of summer programs reaching an historic high. On many other metrics, Big Law Recruiting volume and practices resembled those measured before the recession. Read more at

Sign up for the NALP Summit on Emerging Legal Careers

Register now for the NALP Summit on Emerging Legal Careers, which will be held on Friday, June 7 in Washington, DC. This exciting event will feature an in-depth look at a variety of emerging fields like cannabis law, health law, cybersecurity, sports law, and more. Network with other career services professionals while learning about new and emerging career fields for your law students!

The Annual Education Conference is Fast Approaching!

We're looking forward to seeing you at the 2019 NALP Annual Education Conference on April 9-12, 2019. Check out the latest updates on our stellar educational programming and exciting networking opportunities on the conference page https:///, and don't forget to download the official conference app!

Proposals for the 2019 PDI are due by April 26

Don't miss your opportunity to submit a proposal for the 2019 Professional Development Institute (PDI)! Demonstrate your expertise to the legal PD audience and share best practices with your peers by submitting a proposal before the April 26 deadline. This year's PDI (Dec. 5-6 in Washington, DC) will deliver timely and substantive programming for all involved in lawyer and law student training and PD.

NALP Updates Recruiting Guidance

On December 12, 2018, NALP announced its new Principles for a Fair and Ethical Recruitment Process. The new Principles provide guidance that schools and employers can use to formulate their own ethical recruiting practices. Read the new Principles and learn more at

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