NALP Suggests Eased Recruiting Deadline Changes

Law360, New York (February 26, 2010, 6:57 PM EST) -- After facing criticism over its proposal to do away with rolling-offer deadlines, the National Association for Law Placement Inc. said Friday that it now suggests tightening the time frame for how long students have to respond to law firm employment offers.

The NALP board of directors voted in favor of a guideline suggesting that law students be given 28 days, instead of 45, to respond to law firm employment offers and that students who have previously worked for the firm be required to respond by a...
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