U.S. Supreme Court Justice Search Gets Professional Help

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Accolo, Inc., a professional recruitment firm, today announced that it has initiated a search for the next United States Supreme Court Justice.

Accolo, Inc., a professional recruitment firm, today announced that it has initiated a search for the next United States Supreme Court Justice.

In an unprecedented move, Accolo is supporting the effort to fill the Justice opening as part of its civic duty in an unofficial capacity. "Americans value choice and opportunity, and this is our nation’s chance to cast a wide net to identify the most appropriate candidate." said John Younger, Accolo’s CEO. "The impact this person will have is tremendous, and a healthy democracy requires equal access." Serious candidates will be forwarded to President Bush and select members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

"Diversity of experience and opinion is essential for a respected Supreme Court, and Accolo’s efforts to incorporate viable candidates outside the beltway are extraordinary," commented Jim Parton, Attorney and Partner with San Francisco’s Lynch, Gilardi & Grummer. "While introducing some levity, this is an effective way to educate the public and give capable attorneys, judges and public servants a means to be considered."

The job description is below and corresponding initial interview questions can be seen at http://www.accolo.com/justice.

Title: United States Supreme Court Justice - Apply your Serenity, Courage and Wisdom

Job #: SUPR-CRTJT

To refer, apply or get more detail: http://www.accolo.com/justice

Strength of character, historical perspective, rhetorical flair, and a willingness to stand on principle come naturally to you. Your keen intellect, deep understanding of the most complex legal issues, communication skills, demonstrated ability to make informed decisions and writing acumen will serve you well in this high profile job. Step up to the opportunity of a lifetime as you mold the fundamental legal principles of the United States during a time of great volatility.

The United States Federal Government offers competitive salary and benefits. In addition to completing this application, the selection process includes being nominated by the President and receiving Senate confirmation.

You read legal doctrines for fun and shine in legal and political careers. Your endless barbeque debates about civil rights, race relations, criminal procedure, freedom of speech and press, and church-state relations regularly make you the center of attention. While this job has no formal requirements, previous top-performers have been natural-born citizens with significant judicial experience. In the last 200 years, all selected candidates have been lawyers. Most were current or previous members of Congress, governors, members of the Cabinet, attorneys, law professors or judges in the United States court system. Impress your friends, influence your neighbors and apply your in-depth legal experience as a United States Supreme Court Justice.

Exercise your power as a member of our democracy. We all benefit when the best possible candidate is selected. Please distribute this job opening broadly and encourage appropriate candidates to apply.

Accolo is supporting the effort to fill this job as part of our civic duty in an unofficial capacity. Americans value choice and opportunity, so this is your chance to be considered even if you are not currently part of the President's inner circle. Serious candidates will be forwarded to President Bush and select members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

About Accolo

Accolo provides Recruitment Outsourcing services, becoming part of a company’s internal recruitment function. Accolo’s unique application of the "art" of recruiting within a highly automated framework, along with an expansive professional network, delivers quantifiable improvements in recruiting quality, efficiency and cost. Accolo is the 2005 Recruitment Process Outsourcer of the Year and a founding member of the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (http://www.rpoassociation.org). For more information, visit http://www.Accolo.com.

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Jack Phillips

Marketing and Public Relations

jphillips@accolo.com

415-785-7833 x207

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Accolo, Inc.
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