This article will discuss the findings of the annual Employment Report of the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) as they relate to the employment patterns of black law school graduates. The NALP surveys provide a reliable and informative picture of legal employment in this country. The survey should prove useful in the development of in-depth instruments to measure career development among black attorneys. This article will present the background and methodology of the Employment Survey in order to aid in the interpretation of the data.
Gary A Munneke, An Analysis of the Employment Patterns of Minority Law Graduates, 7 Black L.J. 153 (1981) http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/lawfaculty/354/.