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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 — December 2019:

  •  Introducing Self-Assessments into Meetings by Melanie Priddy
  • We Asked, and You Answered: Change Is on the Way by James G. Leipold
  • What Do We Know About Transgender Law Graduates? by Danielle A. Taylor
  • Law Firm Hiring Has Not Rebounded Evenly Across Major Markets Following the Recession by Judith N. Collins
  • A New Yorker’s Take on AEC 2020 in Montreal by Rebecca Calman
  • Welcome to Team Diversity and Inclusion: Resources for Newer Professionals by Justine Lewis and Summra Shariff
  • Step Up! How Multi-Faceted Training Can Help Women Associates with Leadership and Engagement by Katrina Henn
  • The Impact of the ABA’s Employment Protocol Change on Articling by Tanya Lundberg
  • Not Quite Legal Advice: Alison Green’s Ask a Manager (2018) by Meredith Wiggins
  • PSJD: What’s Changing and Why by Sam Halpert
  • Leaping into the Abyss: Career Transitions from Private to Public by Lauren Worsek
  • Core Well-Being Principles That Can Transform the Legal Industry by Jarrett Green and Rebecca Simon
  • Newcomer’s Corner: 4 Strategies to Build Stronger Faculty Relationships by Kapila Juthani


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