For the eighth year in a row, members of the legal training and professional development community converged on Washington, D.C., this month for their annual pow-wow, the NALP Professional Development Institute. This year, the faltering economy created a greater sense of urgency among attendees. In contrast to prior years' gatherings, which often focused on improving the performance of individual lawyers, the guiding principle this year was industry transformation.
Legal Training Looks at New Directions in Response to Recession
Special to Law.com
December 11, 2009