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2020 Update on Associate Attrition Webinar

05/21/2020 - 05/21/2020
Boston, Maryland

This is a recorded webinar from May 21, 2020. Accurately and rapidly assessing which talent to retain is mission critical for legal employers right now. The NALP Foundation’s Associate Attrition webinar will highlight data from our newest study on associate departures and retention, contextualize this against the last twelve years’ data, as well as providing insights on associates’ destinations, tenure, and new data by region. NALP Foundation CEO and President, Fiona Trevelyan Hornblower, and Senior Director of Research, Jennifer Mandery, discuss:
  • Entry-level and lateral hiring;
  • Attrition data by gender, minority vs. non-minority, and firm size;
  • Primary jobs/departure destinations;
  • Top reasons associates leave firms;
  • Wanted vs. unwanted associate departure data;
  • Departures to work at competitor or peer firms;
  • The impact of the COVID crisis on associate attrition, to date and beyond.

This recorded webinar includes a complimentary digital copy of the Annual Update on Associate Attrition and provides the following tools for tracking hiring and attrition:

  • Attrition rate formulas;
  • Associate hiring and departures tracking forms;
  • Tips for using hiring and departure data to create success factors for your firm.

Webinar Fees :

NALP Foundation supporters and member law schools:               $250   

(includes PDF copy of the 2020 Update on Associate Attrition)

Non-members and supporters:                                                  $300

(includes PDF copy of the 2020 Update on Associate Attrition)

Registration is available through our bookstore at www.nalpfoundation.org/bookstore. Please note The NALP Foundation and NALP are two separate organizations each with their own members and supporters. The discounted rate for this webinar is available only to NALP Foundation members and contributors.

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