Responding to the challenging legal job market, the National Association for Law Placement board has formed a new commission that plans to “engage in a holistic nationwide conversation” to review the current recruitment model of law firms. The decision to form the commission was reported to NALP’s membership on Friday.
“We’re going to weigh all the factors to get a good broad spectrum of voices at the table,” says current NALP board president LeaNora Ruffin of the effort name members to the commission.
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