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With more than 300 people working for LawCrossing, the company is the largest in the world when it comes to aggregating jobs in the legal industry. LawCrossing does its part to find open positions posted on sources all over the internet.
Since there are so many employer sites, job boards, and forums available to browse for a new position, LawCrossing takes all of its findings and posts them in one spot. The company's team of employees, which includes researchers and analysts, sifts through 50,000 pages of available positions. One of the main draws of the site is that it seeks out the openings in the legal industry instead of waiting for companies and law firms to advertise them.
Another major factor in the success of LawCrossing is that we post positions from all sources. This means that job seekers are able to land more interviews because they have access to more positions than found on any public boards. On most job boards, the sites post just the open positions paid for by the employers, which may not be a comprehensive listing of all of their available employment opportunities.
The main responsibility of employees at LawCrossing is to research vacancies constantly. This permits the site to post openings in law firms even when the legal industry is not at its peak. We use a software program that monitors law firms and other legal employers throughout the country. When a law firm posts an opening on its website, the software picks it up and posts it on LawCrossing the same day.
When it comes to finding an attorney position, LawCrossing is the go-to source within the legal industry. LawCrossing has become the largest source for legal openings available anywhere. Whether you want to work in "Big Law" or in a small firm, you can find the next step in your legal career on LawCrossing, even if the position has not been advertised. Most regional and smaller firms will not spend the advertising dollars to post their positions in publications across the country. If you browse LawCrossing.com, you will be able to see all of these positions.
It does not matter what practice area you specialize in. We have career opportunities available for you. Aside from law firm positions, our software is designed to track and post positions in government and corporate legal departments.
LawCrossing has appeared twice on the Inc. 500, as well as being one of the fastest growing companies in the United States. The research performed by the staff at LawCrossing can help you launch your legal career or help you further advance your established career.
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