Mike Evers recruits attorneys for corporate legal departments throughout the United States. Please visit www.everslegal.com. His firm also offers experienced in-house counsel to companies on an adjunct basis.
The specifics of growing within your current job will be different for everyone, but here are a few possibilities that may resonate as examples.
You are uniquely positioned to look beyond the cringe-worthy election and think about potential changes at every federal agency. Your role is incredibly valuable in 2017.
Network, learn and enjoy the conference, which will be Nov. 15 - 16 in Chicago, Illinois.
It might seem odd that a recruiter is writing about another technology that will soon eat away at how he pays his mortgage, but that has not stopped him in the past.
Approximately 20 percent of companies are adding to their attorney headcount. That is a significant percentage.
Here are some of the best practices for “temp to perm” (as this is known in our business) as a hiring practice.
Receiving input that can help us improve is a gift that we should embrace.
Many of our firm’s search assignments involve geographic relocation, often to small markets with only one or two major corporate employers.
You know the drill. Your department wants to hire a new counsel to senior counsel-level attorney. You don’t want someone too junior who will need training and struggle to operate independently. But you are not offering a management level role with a high salary, so many good candidates will be...
Superficial impressions are important when hiring. But go beyond your gut and try to get a deeper sense of the person before you hire. Remember, it's a close, long-term relationship.