February 11-13, 2016
The Newer Professionals’ Forum (NPF) will bring together newer professionals and experienced faculty members for two and a half days to focus on the career development of newer professionals in the fields of legal recruitment, law student and lawyer professional development, and career services.
Participants will engage in meaningful education tailored to the unique needs and perspectives of newer professionals, including learning about trends facing the legal employment industry and the role NALP plays in member professional development.
The Newer Professionals’ Forum is the one essential educational conference for anyone with less than four years of experience as a legal career professional. In addition to Management Foundations Programs and one-on-one consulting, this conference provides a framework for understanding counseling skills, program development, competencies and evaluations, summer programs, associate orientation, public interest counseling, lawyer training programs, diversity and inclusion, and much more! You can count on the Newer Professionals’ Forum to provide you with the skills and tools to help you and your organization succeed.
NALP’s pre-eminent Management Foundations programs will be offered at the Newer Professionals’ Forum. These intensive, three-hour programs feature comprehensive training specifically geared toward law school career services and legal recruitment administration. Participants will receive certificates of completion and detailed materials that will serve as a reference long after the Forum. You can’t afford to miss the appropriate Management Foundations program.
Another advantage of membership in NALP is the exchange of information between members. Networking opportunities abound at the Newer Professionals’ Forum, as seasoned experts mingle with those newer to the field.