NALP is an association of over 2,500 legal career professionals who advise law students, lawyers, law offices, and law schools in North America and beyond. Hear what members have to say about NALP, it's members, and what they do.
Find out how NALP solicits nominations for volunteer leader positions and traits that the Nominating Committee looks for in a potential NALP leader. If you are thinking about applying or nominating someone, check out the advice three past-Nominating Chairs have for newer professionals, experienced professionals, and members who have been previously nominated.
It turns out that the JD degree prepares you for a variety of exciting jobs and careers. While many law school graduates go on to practice law, many others go on to play leadership roles in a variety of settings.
A roundtable on The Intersection Between Pro Bono and Professional Development on January 31, 2013, brought together leaders from law schools, law firms, corporations, and nonprofit organizations for a wide-ranging discussion of how the legal community might best address two needs: the need for more pro bono legal work and the need for law students and new lawyers to gain more real-world legal experience.