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What Everybody Ought to Know about LawCrossing.com and Why It’s Worth Paying For View Count: 1508
Summary: What makes LawCrossing.com such a valuable site for legal professionals? Is it really worth paying for? Find out the answers to these questions and more in the article below.
Read the full Q & A article here: What Everybody Ought to Know About LawCrossing
You got your J.D. You passed the bar exam. You have paid some heavy dues to get this far. The doors to a great career are now open wide. So why pay anyone to help you find a job when your credentials should speak for themselves?
LawCrossing.com is proactively stepping forward to answer that big question and dispel the myths that surround its job search subscription service. They’re taking a hit themselves, admitting that they are responsible for the misunderstanding some new J.D.’s have about the service LawCrossing provides. It’s very simple, though. Customers won’t pay for something doesn’t work, so LawCrossing must be doing something right. LawCrossing has been in business for over ten years and is still going strong as the leading job posting site in the legal industry.
Members of LawCrossing are not paying to find a job. They are benefitting from LawCrossing’s team of over 200 professional legal job researchers. LawCrossing operates a technologically superior data center that reaches across the web, gathering details of every legal job opening out there 24 hours every day.
Eliminating the Competition
Many of the jobs on LawCrossing receive far fewer applicants than jobs advertised on other job boards. Some may not see the value of paying for LawCrossing’s research, and because of that choice, a huge number of opportunities will remain hidden from them. Many of those positions are from the in-house sector. LawCrossing has become the most successful recruitment tool for in-house counsel anywhere. Subscribers to LawCrossing have also been found to be highly successful. This is substantiated by the large number of subscribing attorneys who belong to prestigious law firms or hold key in-house positions.
New subscribers to LawCrossing won’t have to worry about being lost in the pack with those who “don’t believe in paying to look for a job.” The obvious advantage is, of course, subscribers will see tens of thousands of jobs – almost 70,000 currently – many of which their competitors will never even know are out there. That’s a profound advantage for subscribers; members have access to top-tier legal opportunities other attorneys will never find.
A diligent legal job seeker may be able to find some of LawCrossing’s listings on other websites, but there’s no point in spending countless hours combing through thousands of job boards and employers’ websites. A subscription to LawCrossing, as the old proverb alludes, will save money in the form of time. A multimillion dollar data center, and LawCrossing’s team of professional legal job researchers, provides a service worth trusting. And for those willing to pay a little more, LawCrossing’s Concierge Service is unique in the industry. Job seekers will be partnered with a personal concierge who will research and apply to approved job openings daily. The service is specialized and limited and may be subject to a waiting list. For its standard subscription service, LawCrossing provides a 72-hour free trial for users to search for jobs and discover the unrivaled number of legal jobs available on its site.
The Incredible Power of the Self-Directed Career
LawCrossing has legal jobs from a variety of sources. It’s not just law firms looking for new recruits. The thousands of corporate, in-house, government and niche websites that LawCrossing monitors would take one person hundreds and hundreds of hours to explore. LawCrossing has the resources, time and critical classification expertise to present those search results to attorneys as soon as they become members. As LawCrossing notes, subscribers don’t pay their money to get a job. They pay to get research into the job market – research that will give them the tools and the options they need to focus their career in the direction that suits them best. LawCrossing’s subscribers don’t have to “settle” for a legal job they do not enjoy. They can find the job and environment they will thrive in.
LawCrossing searches for every source that posts legal jobs, no matter how obscure. LawCrossing’s service works for real attorneys in every practice area. No job search tool is more powerful.
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