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NALP Foundation & NALP Share Alumni Study Key Findings

The one-hour webinar features eight years of data and trends (spanning the Classes of 2010-17) as well as the latest Class of 2017 Annual Study.

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

The NALP Foundation and NALP have released their Key Findings report on Law School Alumni Employment and Satisfaction, featuring eight years of data and trends from over 17,000 alumni spanning the Classes of 2010-17, as well as the latest Class of 2017 Annual study.

On November 8 at 12:00pm PST/3:00pm EST, the Foundation will conduct a one-hour webinar detailing the studies’ findings and offering actionable strategies for law school deans, faculty, clinicians, career services professionals, and advancement teams. Topics that will be covered include: The Pandemic’s Impact on Attorneys’ Early Stage Careers; Alumni Mobility After Graduation, Alumni Assessment of the Efficacy of Their Law School Preparation; Experiential Education’s Impact on Skills Development and Employment; and Satisfaction with Compensation.

“Both the individual annual study and the aggregate results provide unique insights into attorneys’ early careers, as well as their assessment of the value of their legal education, which law schools can use for both curricular and non-curricular planning” said Fiona Trevelyan Hornblower, President & CEO of the NALP Foundation.

To register for the November 8 webinar, click here:

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