A New Service that Helps Lawyers Find Jobs in a Selective Market

Employers have become more and more selective when hiring people for legal jobs. LawCrossing Concierge is a new service to help clients stand out and find the jobs that they are qualified for, and interested in.

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Every open position is scrutinized more closely as firms seek to raise their game with better candidates operating more efficiently.

Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) January 03, 2014

A new service called LawCrossing Concierge, created by the CEO of LawCrossing, Harrison Barnes, can help candidates have access to and apply to firms or organizations that they choose, and can help their applications stand out among the many resumes that employers receive. This new service is currently offered to lawyers to make their job search easy at only $299 a month.

Users of LawCrossing Concierge not only receive the benefit of having trained specialists look over their resume, but these specialists will also research and apply for positions for each client, possibly finding opportunities that wouldn’t be possible for clients to find on their own.

This team of highly trained recruiters will search the database, which is updated daily for clients finding jobs that match the experience and goals of each person. These recruiters then search for matching opportunities and then complete and submit applications for these opportunities on behalf of each client.

According to an article published in September 2013 in Law Practice Today titled, "Hiring/Staffing Trends in the Legal Market," those hiring lawyers or other legal professionals are being more selective about whom they hire, while candidates are also more discerning about which law firm or organization they join, sometimes seeking non-contract positions at firms that have demonstrated stability.

Having a trained professional‘s expertise can mean the difference between having your application read or not, since employers are being more and more picky. According to Delia Swan, founder of Swan Legal Search,“Every open position is scrutinized more closely as firms seek to raise their game with better candidates operating more efficiently. Excellent candidates remain in high demand, while more average candidates who might have done well in better times tend now to get passed over.”

LawCrossing Concierge gives clients the first access to hundreds of new legal jobs daily, helping to make sure that resumes are not passed over. At only $299 a month currently, Barnes is hopeful that many new and already practicing lawyers will take advantage of this incredible service and help themselves to make it easier to find a job in a more difficult market.

In order to apply, call Christy Moon at 626-243-9365, or get in touch with her by email: cmoon(at)lawcrossing(dot)com.

About LawCrossing:

LawCrossing is an affiliate of the Employment Research Institute, a powerful and comprehensive organization dedicated to helping professionals, as well as first timers, find 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.


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