I had spent months applying to jobs every day after long work shifts. I would be able to get out two, maybe three in the limited time I had. I saw an advertisement for lawcrossing.com and decided to give it a chance. After looking at their jobs database, which was much bigger than anything I had
seen elsewhere, I enrolled in their concierge service. It was expensive, but I thought to myself, it would be worth the risk, considering the income potential I have at a new job. Within an hour of signing up, I was already in communication with my concierge. She helped me edit my resume, and after many questions regarding what I was looking for, she immediately got started. She sent out resumes, cover letters, and anything else the company needed. More than once, she took the time to fill out tedious forms that came along with the application process. She did this every day. These were all things that ate up my valuable evening time that I needed to spend with my family. After only a week, I began to receive calls for interviews. By week three, I had landed a job at a firm that I had previously written off as an impossibility. I am already telling my fellow alumni about this program. I'll tell you what I'm telling them. It's a little expensive, but it's worth it. Two thumbs up!