The only way to get offers is to search for and apply to legal jobs that no one else is applying to.
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) October 14, 2013
News concerning law firm layoffs, the grim employment scenario for law school graduates and reduction in the hourly legal fees of attorneys had disappointed many legal career aspirants. But, the latest job search on LawCrosing.com offers a ray of hope to jobless law degree holders, looking for placements in the legal sector. The leading legal jobsite reports 39,892 legal opportunities in the U.S. Of these 2,550 are in Washington; more than 2,330 are in New York City; 782 are in Atlanta; 825 are in Boston; over 1,370 are in Chicago; 506 are in Denver; 1,027 are in San Francisco and 1,045 are in Los Angeles. Visit http://www.lawcrossing.com/lcjobsinyourcity.php to browse through legal jobs in other cities as well.
Harrison Barnes, Chief Executive Officer of LawCrossing says, “Job seekers are following the same old plain vanilla ways to look for legal employment. There is a flood of job leads at LawCrossing and it is here that job seekers should invest their job search time.” He believes that in the current competitive legal job market, “the only way to get offers is to search for and apply to legal jobs that no one else is applying to.” This could also mean, shifting focus and adopting other law practice areas.
While some practice areas are suffering, there are some legal practice areas that are expanding rapidly. For instance, there is a growing demand for space lawyers. These professionals help solve issues related to the outer space. This has been well elaborated in the article titled, “Outer Space May Rescue US Lawyers From A Saturated Job Market,” released by International Business Times on 2 October. Opportunities for lawyers with a specialization in space exploration are on the rise because space law is fast becoming a vital part of the aerospace industry. Similarly more employment opportunities are being created in the Twin Cities for select second and third year students. Eight students have been selected to work for people who have been wronged. The research, training and experience gathered through the ‘Benjamin B. Ferencz Fellowships at World Without Genocide’ will enable these students to be better prepared to face legal challenges related to Human Rights after the completion of their graduation. Moreover, they will be at an advantageous position as they will get better placements. Unlike unpaid pro bono opportunities, each fellow will be granted $1,500 over the academic year for the services rendered.
LawCrossing brings numerous opportunities for law students, partners, attorneys and legal staff at one place. Going through the website, and taking note of the consistent increase in job opportunities on the site, it can be concluded that there are many legal opportunities out there awaiting takers. Maybe, it is job seekers are not looking for jobs wisely. Visiting http://www.lawcrossing.com/browse-jobs/jobs.html could help job seekers land preferred jobs, faster.
LawCrossing is an affiliate of Employment Research Institute, a powerful and comprehensive organization dedicated to help professionals, as well as first timers, finds jobs that will enhance their careers. LawCrossing consolidates every legal job opening it can find in one convenient location. LawCrossing has been on the Inc. 500 twice. The website also offers a three-day free trial to new members.