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  • LexisNexis® Career Center For Associates

    Check out the Career Library, a tool to help you search LexisNexis for information about positions in private practice, government, and elsewhere.

    http://www.lexisnexis.com/associates/career/ »
  • Martindale-Hubbell® Legal Careers

    Martindale-Hubbell® has provided trusted and reliable information about the legal profession to the worldwide legal community for more than 140 years. Martindale-Hubbell Career Center is an employment resource for lawyers, paralegals, legal secretaries and other legal professionals and includes one of the most robust collections of legal jobs. Employers can post jobs and search resumes of qualified candidates and job seekers, namely attorneys, paralegals and law school students can search for legal employment opportunities and sign up for legal jobs alerts. Other content includes career advice, interviews with industry leaders and a legal recruiters database.

    http://www.martindale.com/careercenter »
  • Martindale-Hubbell® Law Directory

    The Martindale-Hubbell® Law Directory features more than 900,000 lawyer and law firm listings, and is available through multiple media — including online through the Martindale-Hubbell Web Site.

    http://www.martindale.com/xp/Martindale/home.xml »
  • AttorneyJobsOnline.com

    AttorneyJobsOnline contains thousands of current jobs in mainstream and law-related fields in every employment sector, professional level, and geographic area, plus information on judicial clerkships, fellowships, and government contract (RFP) opportunities. You can also find The Legal Career Center, which contains information and advice on legal career transition, updated legal career guides, tips, and advisories; and a Q&A column concerning legal career issues.

    http://www.attorneyjobs.com/ »
  • Emplawyernet

    Basic Membership is free when you fill out the salary survey. It's a great way to sample the service, track your job hunt and be seen by employers. The salary survey can let you know how you stack up against other lawyers based on practice area, geography, years of experience or by law school.

    http://www.emplawyernet.com/ »
  • LawMatch

    Baseline's LAWMATCH subsidiary is an Internet-based resume bank and job posting service that provides employers, recruiters and job seekers in the legal community with an "open channel" for the presentation and review of employment information.

    http://www.lawmatch.com/ »
  • The National Association for Law Placement

    The National Association for Law Placement (NALP) is one of the premier sources for legal career planning and recruitment information. NALP can help you plan your career, stay abreast of hiring trends, and improve the way you hire and manage your firm's legal talent. Users can access Career related articles published by NALP: (1) An Insider's Guide to Interviewing; (2) How to Provide Meaningful Feedback; (3) How to Get the Feedback You Need; (4) Fair and Effective Interviewing; (5) Searching for an Alternative; (6) Ethics and Employment; (7) Begin With a Successful Summer; and (8) Information for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Applicants in the Legal Market.

    http://www.nalp.org/ »