Building Key Stakeholder Buy-in: Don’t Hire Without It!

You’ve got a dynamite candidate who is eager to work for your organization. He or she has the right background, expertise, people skills and other traits necessary to hit the ground running. But this scenario doesn’t always turn out as … [more]

When Is It Time To Move To A New Law Firm?

The Holidays are a time of reflection, introspection and planning. It may also be a time for change. It is an excellent time to take stock of your career and consider where you have been and where you are going. … [more]

Overcoming Analysis Paralysis In Your Job Search

Most of our female lawyer candidates feel that unless they match the job description perfectly, they should not pursue the opportunity. By contrast, we frequently receive applications from male lawyer candidates who do not, at first glance, seem to be … [more]

Are You Presenting Yourself in the Best Light?

The Scenario You are a law firm partner with a “book” of business that is not consistent year-to-year and may not be that “portable”, so you are concerned that you might oversell yourself in that interview you have scheduled tomorrow. … [more]

A Closer Look at the Reasons to Go In-House

More and more lawyers are looking to transition from the law firm environment to the in-house world. The desire to “go in-house” seems to have a consistent theme – lawyers feel that they have no control over their schedules at … [more]

Can Your Network Be A Recruiting Strategy?

If a member of your legal team has ever resigned at the worst possible moment, the memory of the stress on you and your department likely was present for a long time. You can avoid, or at least alleviate, that … [more]

Making The Transition to an In-House Position

As a legal recruiter, we focus exclusively on the permanent placement of attorneys in both law firm and in-house settings. In short, we speak to lawyers at varying levels every day all day! During those conversations, we often hear lawyers … [more]