Links from NALP's recent social media posts are shared below.
Proposal Deadline for PDI Is June 1
May 26, 2021
NALP invites you to submit a proposal for the upcoming Professional Development Institute. PDI delivers timely and substantive programming for all involved in lawyer and law student training and professional development. Find more information on the submission process here.
World Day for Cultural Diversity
May 21, 2021
NALP celebrates World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Learn more here.
May 17, 2021
NALP launches the new Bulletin+ which combines the legacy NALP Bulletin and PD Quarterly into a single monthly digital resource for NALP members.
Well-Being Week in Law
May 3-7, 2021
To align with Mental Health Awareness Month in May, Well-Being Week in Law (WWIL) will occur annually the first full week of May. For more information and resources for organizations and individuals, visit the Institute for Well-Being in Law.
NALP Is Supporting Street Law
April 1, 2021
NALP is supporting Street Law as our conference charity with proceeds from our virtual 5k Fun Run and Walk and direct donations from NALP members. Donate directly to Street Law here or sign up for the Fun Run when you register to attend the 2021 Annual Education Conference.
Street Law is a global, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization with more than 40 years of experience developing classroom and community programs that educate young people about law and government. For many years, NALP has partnered with Street Law to support the Legal Diversity Pipeline Program that partners law firms and corporate legal departments with nearby, diverse high school classes. Through classroom visits and field trips to the law firms and legal departments, volunteers teach lessons and lead activities designed to increase students' knowledge and interest in the law and legal careers. Learn more about Street Law.
Trans Day of Visibility
March 31, 2021
On March 31, NALP celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility, celebrating transgender and non-binary people around the world and in our community. Transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming individuals have always been with us but they are now increasingly openly bringing their talents to the legal profession. The past year has seen transgender lawyer, Chase Strangio, featured in the Netflix special "The Fight" and the NALP Non-Binary Task Force has been pleased to help NALP work with an ever increasing number of openly non-binary attorneys. We also recognize the ongoing discrimination and violence faced by transgender and non-binary people worldwide, especially trans women of color and Black trans women. If you would like more resources on non-binary people in the legal profession, please see our Non-Binary Resources page.
NALP's 50th Anniversary Timeline
February 5, 2021
NALP has been making you an expert since 1971. How did it start? What progress have we made? Learn more on our interactive timeline.