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What does it cost to list in the NALP Directory of Legal Employers?

The fees for listing in the NALP Directory vary depending on firm size, number of addtional offices, and the membership status of your organization. Government agencies and public interest employers list for free. Employers that wish to print their NALP Form but not be included in the online, searchable NALP Directory pay a flat fee of $50.

Sample pricing scenario:
Law Firm X (a NALP member firm) has two offices; the first office has 150 lawyers and the second office has 125 lawyers. The listing fees for Law Firm X would be calculated as

$910 (275 total lawyers in the firm determines the initial listing fee)
+560 (125 lawyers in the additional office)
$1,470 (Total fees)

 

NALP Member Listing Fees

Number of Lawyers in Firm Initial Listing Fee
(based on size of firm)
25 or fewer $410
26-100 $620
101-200 $765
201-500 $910
501-700 $1350
701-1000 $1685
1001+ $2000
Number of Lawyers in Office Each additional office listed
(based on office size)
25 or fewer $335
26-100 $450
101-200 $560
201-500 $700
501-700 $795
701-1000 $900
1001+ $1100

 

Non-member Listing Fees

Number of Lawyers in Firm Initial Listing Fee
(based on size of firm)
25 or fewer $620
26-100 $840
101-200 $990
201-500 $1130
501-700 $1575
701-1000 $1900
1001+ $2200
Number of Lawyers in Office Each additional office listed
(based on office size)
25 or fewer $565
26-100 $690
101-200 $790
201-500 $910
501-700 $1020
701-1000 $1130
1001+ $1250

 

Premium Account (member or non-member)  $1500

Employers can opt for a premium account, an additional fee-based feature that will allow access to additional functionality. Some of these features include additional fields in the employer profile, the ability to upload and include a logo on your profile, connection of your social media channels to your profile page, and the ability to run benchmarking reports agains other employers of your choosing.

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