Our Promise

LawCrossing Works for You Not Employers: LawCrossing Does What It Promises

LawCrossing works for the job seeker and not employers or advertising. This means we show you every job we can find and not just jobs employers pay to post. This means we do not allow advertising on our site. This means that we are your advocate and partner in the employment market.

First and foremost, using every resource available to us, we actively scour the globe in search of open positions in virtually every imaginable industry. We find every single job we can and put them on our site.

As a result, there are more jobs posted on LawCrossing.com than any other single source.

We work for the job seeker, not the employer.

What We Will Do: Our Promise

We will always tell you about every legal job we can find and become aware of—not just the ones employers are paying to tell you about.

We will always go out and contact and look at every source we can find in your industry and show you every job we find.

We will use incredibly sophisticated technology, people, and every resource at our disposal to find more and more legal jobs for you each day.

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.

Since many employers are not interested in paying these high fees, 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.

In essence, everybody loses.

Our Promise

LawCrossing Works for You Not Employers: LawCrossing Does What It Promises

LawCrossing works for the job seeker and not employers or advertising. This means we show you every job we can find and not just jobs employers pay to post. This means we do not allow advertising on our site. This means that we are your advocate and partner in the employment market.

First and foremost, using every resource available to us, we actively scour the globe in search of open positions in virtually every imaginable industry. We find every single job we can and put them on our site.

As a result, there are more jobs posted on LawCrossing.com than any other single source.

We work for the job seeker, not the employer.

What We Will Do: Our Promise

We will always tell you about every legal job we can find and become aware of—not just the ones employers are paying to tell you about.

We will always go out and contact and look at every source we can find in your industry and show you every job we find.

We will use incredibly sophisticated technology, people, and every resource at our disposal to find more and more legal jobs for you each day.

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.

Since many employers are not interested in paying these high fees, 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.

In essence, everybody loses.