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How it works

How we help you

We are a well-known and established job reporting service. We are the largest "pure" job reporting and research service there is.

Through investigating and consolidating legal leads from every possible online and printed source-including various legal job boards, employer websites, different associations' websites and more, we uncover thousands of new legal employment opportunities each day and ensure you track down as many legal job openings as possible. The ability to know what is going on in the market is something that can make a profound difference in your legal job search.

Job reporting services have existed in one form or another for thousands of years. Given advances in modern technology and communications, we are able to find legal job listings from virtually every online and printed source, giving you the freedom to choose your best next legal career move.

The difference between us and other sources is that we do research and present you what we find without the involvement of advertisers who pay to post on our site. We simply report the legal jobs to you that are out there. You will not find any advertising on our site because we are a research company and not a sales company. We exist for the job seeker.

The System is Broken: Other Job Sites Are Not Doing What They Promise

We believe the typical system is broken. Typical job sites such as Monster, CareerBuilder, Indeed, SimplyHired, HotJobs and TheLadders may promise to help you find legal jobs, but these companies usually charge employers to post jobs on their sites—in some cases more than $500 for a single job posting. While we charge employers to post on our site, the difference is that we also do research 24/7 to find you every other job out there, not just the ones that employers pay to post!

We know that many employers are not interested in paying these high fees, and the result is fewer job listings available for job seekers. In the end, the employer suffers, as a result of not paying for the service. The potential hires also suffer because they never learn about the legal opportunity. That's why we do the research and search everywhere to find you the rest of the jobs to fill in the gaps that other sites miss.

So, while LawCrossing does charge employers to post jobs on our site, we also go out and find jobs from every single source we can find and bring them all to our site. We also remain unbiased as we always show you the difference between a paid legal job listing and a job that we research ourselves. Whether it is jobs from every job board we can find in your industry or jobs from employer websites—all of these jobs are there on LawCrossing. In fact, there are more jobs on LawCrossing than any other source.