Attorney Recruiter

Are you a lawyer in Houston, TX who is looking for a career change to a non-traditional legal role?  Does the idea of unlimited income potential motivate you?  Do you have an entrepreneurial personality and drive?  Do you have strong ties to the Texas legal market?  If so, you should consider applying for this attorney recruiter opening with Parker + Lynch Legal, Special Counsel's attorney search division.

Some of the responsibilities of the attorney recruiter job include:

·             Recruiting attorneys for positions with law firms and corporate legal departments, e.g., LinkedIn, cold calls, emails, networking functions and more

·             In-depth interviewing of attorney candidates to assess lateral potential

·             Networking with attorneys and recruiting personnel in law firms and in-house legal departments

·             Being the key liaison between the attorney candidate and the prospective employer, e.g., law firm or in-house legal department, throughout the interview process

·             Providing career coaching and advice to attorney candidates

·             Negotiating offers of employment on behalf of attorney candidates

·             Staying abreast of and researching legal industry trends and metrics, including lateral moves, compensation trends and more 

You could be the perfect person for this job if you have the following:

·       JD degree + at least 1-2+ years of experience practicing law in the Texas market

·       The desire to move into a recruiting / sales role

·       Enthusiasm and personal motivation

·       Business acumen and an entrepreneurial personality

·       Pre- or post-law school sales, recruiting or business development experience is helpful (e.g., retail, client services), but not required

Please apply if you are interested in learning more and considering this life-changing opportunity.  

Equal Opportunity Employer Women/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. The Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.