About the NALP Directory of Law Schools
The NALP Directory of Law Schools is designed to be a directory providing legal recruitment professionals with information on recruitment procedures, contacts, and programs at law schools throughout the U.S. and in Canada. Also featured is information about enrollment demographics, courses of study, honors, grading systems, employment outcomes, and more. All U.S. law schools included in the directory have received at least provisional ABA accreditation.
All information included in this directory is self-reported by the law schools that choose to list. The responsibility for ensuring accuracy of the information reported here rests solely with the law schools. NALP does not verify or audit the information submitted.
NALP is an association of over 2,500 legal career professionals who advise law students, lawyers, law offices, and law schools in North America and beyond.
What brings NALP members together is a common belief in three fundamental things. First, all law students and lawyers should benefit from a fair and ethical hiring process. Second, law students and lawyers are more successful when supported by professional development and legal career professionals. Third, a diverse and inclusive legal profession best serves clients and our communities. That’s why NALP members work together every day to collect and publish accurate legal employment data and information, and champion education and standards for recruiting, professional and career development, and diversity and inclusion. For more than forty years, NALP has played an essential role in the success of our members and the lawyers and law students they serve.
NALP believes in fairness, facts and the power of a diverse community. We work every day to be the best career services, recruitment, and professional development organization in the world because we want the lawyers and law students we serve to have an ethical recruiting system, employment data they can trust, and expert advisers to guide and support them in every stage of their careers.
To learn more about NALP visit www.nalp.org.