Stats and Grads: You Can Learn from Both

Vol. 40 No. 1

By

Erin Binns is assistant director for career planning at Marquette University Law School.

NALP—The Association for Legal Career Professionals—has been compiling and analyzing placement data for law graduates since 1971 and is the go-to source for employment statistics and trends. So it’s noteworthy when NALP publishes an article called “The Legal Job Market for New Graduates Looks a Like it Did 15 Years Ago (Only Worse).” But evidence that legal employers have constricted hiring isn’t joint-jolting news.

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