LawCrossing, a research-based, job aggregation company, dedicates itself to finding and compiling all available legal job openings for its members. The fact that the company looks for job openings through research sets it apart from competitors, which often charge employers upwards of $300 per listing. Because LawCrossing does not charge employers to list job openings, members can obtain access to all relevant work opportunities—regardless of whether the employers wish to pay to publicize them.
LawCrossing increases the number of openings listed by having its researchers carefully look through job boards of all sizes, government websites, school websites, magazines, other job searching sites, and many other sources. Unlike many other job search sources, LawCrossing displays 100 percent of the work available in Fortune 500 companies. The website currently lists more than 55,000 available attorney positions and more than 20,000 paralegal jobs. Used regularly by attorneys, law students, legal staff, and associates throughout the United States, LawCrossing has grown significantly over the past five years and has helped thousands of legal professionals find new jobs.
Although LawCrossing charges a membership fee, this investment removes casual job surfers and ensures less competition among applicants. Because the company does not earn profits by charging employers, it dedicates all company resources toward serving its members. In testimonials available on LawCrossing.com, members attest to good search functionality, high number of jobs available, and positive experiences with customer service.
While looking for jobs on the company website, LawCrossing members also have access to articles on current job markets and other news relating to legal careers. Additionally, company founder Harrison Barnes posts career advice, with helpful tips on how to overcome obstacles, practice self-discipline, and face problems maturely and professionally. LawCrossing aims to provide its members with the highest-quality resources to find jobs and jump-start their legal careers.