McCormack Schreiber has been in the recruiting business since 1998. Amy McCormack, co-president of both McCormack Schreiber Legal Search and McCormack Schreiber Legal Solutions has almost 17 years of recruiting experience. She spent four years on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Legal Search Consultants, holds a JD from the University of Virginia School of Law
, and practiced labor and employment law in the Washington, DC area offices of McGuireWoods LLP
and DLA Piper
Gay Schrieber, the co-president of McCormack Schreiber Legal Search, holds a JD from Boston University School of Law
and has eight years of experience as a practicing attorney. She served as a litigation attorney in the Chicago office of Winston & Strawn LLP
prior to becoming involved in the legal recruitment arena.
McCormack Schreiber, which is nationally certified as a Women's Business Enterprise through the Women's Business Enterprise National Council, has served leading law firms and companies in their legal placement needs. A small sampling of firms and companies served include Aircell; Mayer Brown LLP
; McDermott Will & Emery LLP
LLP; The Newport Group; Nixon Peabody LLP
; Perkins Coie LLP
; Reed Smith LLP
; Ropes & Gray LLP; Sears, Roebuck and Co.; Winston & Strawn LLP; Kaye Scholer LLP; Jones Day; Kirkland & Ellis LLP; Bryan Cave LLP
; Cozen O'Connor
; Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
; and Duane Morris LLP
The firm has experience in placing attorneys in variety of practice
areas including litigation, real estate, corporate, securities, finance, labor and employment, employee benefits, bankruptcy, estate planning, environmental, intellectual property, patent litigation, information technology, healthcare, and tax.
Recruiters at McCormack Schreiber meet with candidates and clients to gain a thorough understanding of the candidate, firm, and company's needs. This enables recruiters to successfully place legal job candidates in a position that works for them and the employer. Recruiters provide candidates with resume review services, facilitate the interviews process, expedite the hiring process, and respond to any questions that may arise.
Placement fees are the responsibility of the employer and are contingency-based. The firm serves nonprofit organizations at a reduced rate and in some cases, on a complimentary basis.
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