LegalMojo: Legal Jobs Board...coming soon

Posted by Stephen M. Nipper at September 18, 2006 01:03 PM

It's time to move one of our "secret" projects out of the testing phase. 9-1-2006-1.23.57 PM9-6-2006-1.24.02 PM9-18-2006-11.03.22 AM.jpg

We (Matt/Doug/I) are excited to announce the coming launch of what we believe will be the premiere job board for legal professionals. LegalMojo will launch later this month and to wit we are seeking job postings jobs for this targeted job board.

We are opening this pre-launch opportunity to the readers of our Rethink(IP) family of blogs, as well as the readers of our blogging/blawging colleagues. This is a fantastic opportunity to get your open position in front of our collective audience of attorneys. Job postings will cover all practice areas (not just intellectual property) and regions in the U.S. We have already had a request to expand our offering to include the UK and Australia. To discuss details and get your posting listed, please contact our jobs board director ( as soon as possible. If you have a position available in your firm or company, we want to know about it.

If you have any questions about the effectiveness of blog job postings, check out this Fast Company article: Blogs, the other Job Board.

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Luis Villa Says:

September 19, 2006 10:22 PM

Does this really work in law? It is huge in tech, but I get the sense (as a mere 1L, mind you :) that this doesn't fit very well into how lawyers are hired/employed. Am I misreading/misunderstanding the market?

Vince Says:

September 20, 2006 03:53 PM

First, I am biased (see email address). You are right if you are talking about law students. Law students are easy to find and are often hired through campus recruiting. The real need is in lateral hiring and this is a perfect model for hiring laterals. Every recruiter and HR staffer is looking for a targeted audience of experienced attorneys and a blog board can provide that.

Keith Nagel Says:

September 21, 2006 09:03 PM


Congrats on the new service. I'm wondering though how you plan to differentiate yourself from the big job board players, most of whom do post legal jobs. The devil in me is tempted to mention anonymous lawyer (grin).