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What Is LawCrossingand Who Uses It?
If you are in the legal field or interested in getting into the legal field, it would give you an unfair advantage to know about LawCrossing.
LawCrossing is a job site geared towards attorneys and others in the field of law. However, LawCrossing is not your ordinary job finder. It prides itself on being more of a ‘job reporting and researching’ company. What exactly does that mean?
LawCrossingreports jobs, not just posts them. You might not be aware of how other job sites typically work, so here’s a brief rundown: a company is in need to hire so they reach out to job sites, however a company might pay the job site more money to feature their job posting(s) over others, therefore creating a somewhat false representation of all the job postings that are available. LawCrossing’s goal is to display ALL legal jobs, and on top of that, will indicate which listings were researched and found by the LawCrossing team and which employers paid for.
LawCrossing collects all the available legal jobs and puts them in one place for you. The LawCrossing team is made of more than 100 people working 24 hours a day, seven days a week, finding new job postings across more than 250,000 websites. There are more than 150,000 legal jobs available on LawCrossing. Our team usually gets to public jobs posted within 24 hours, therefore enabling users to see the job posts faster than those who are not members of the website. In addition, these jobs range from local to global and are anywhere from entry-level, all the way up to clerkship positions.
LawCrossing is exclusive. In addition to the quantity of jobs, the quality of jobs is elevated. LawCrossing does charge a monthly membership fee of $39.95, however, with this membership you are getting priority access to job listings that nonmembers do not see right away. The advantage to seeing the job first is being one of the first to apply, which increases your chances of getting the job.
If you are willing to invest in finding a job, you deserve more than just the jobs listed publicly on Facebook, Craigslist, Monster, etc.
LawCrossing is easy to use. Because applying for jobs can require multiple searches and submissions, it can be a confusing process. LawCrossing understands this and allows you to save jobs on a ‘hotlist,’ search by location, practice area, etc. and keeps track of where you have already applied. LawCrossing also allows you to upload up to ten resumes and supplementary materials online (Word and PDF files) and create mail merges/initiate your own mailings.
All these features make LawCrossing hard to resist! To start your job search with LawCrossing, visit here. If however, you are still in need of some convincing, check out member testimonials here.
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