In an idyllic resort setting that felt far from the legal industry’s employment angst, the members of the recruiting and career development community converged on San Juan, Puerto Rico last week for the 2010 NALP Annual Education Conference.

Topics under discussion ranged from leadership and law firm profitability to career counseling in the downturn and diversity. The breadth of programming demonstrated the widespread effort law firms and law schools are making to reposition themselves in a new recovery environment.

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