When it comes to non-billable expenses like Recruitment Travel you want to be sure you’re maximizing the experience for your candidates while at the same time reducing costs for your firm and capturing all data for tracking and reporting.
NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) April 24, 2018
Lawyers Travel, a law firm-focused travel management company serving over 200 of the world’s leading law firms, will sponsor the upcoming National Association for Law Placement (“NALP”) 2018 Annual Education Conference Networking Lunch on Wednesday, April 25. As part of its participation in the NALP conference, Lawyers Travel will also be gifting one lucky winner a prize of luxury “smart” luggage by Away.
This will be Lawyers Travel's 15th year participating in the NALP Annual Education Conference, which takes place this year in Hollywood, FL. 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.
Getting law firm recruits and candidates from here to there, splitting expenses across multiple interviewing firms and providing ample duty of care can be a logistical challenge for any Law Placement professional. Lawyers Travel began the first National Recruitment Travel Program 25 years ago to assist law firms in reducing this large, non-billable travel cost with a tailored service offering that today brings together the highest levels of service, risk management, online and mobile technology and comprehensive negotiated savings on airfares, hotel room rates, amenities and ground transportation.
“When it comes to non-billable expenses like Recruitment Travel you want to be sure you’re maximizing the experience for your candidates while at the same time reducing costs for your firm and capturing all data for tracking and reporting,” noted Lance Taubin, Business Development Manager & Associate Counsel at Lawyers Travel, who will be attending the NALP conference. “We look forward to once again participating in the NALP Annual Education Conference and connecting with law placement professionals to help them make the most of their recruitment travel programs and reduce overall costs.”