Legal and Compliance Executive Search Blog

Is the Grass Really Greener?

Posted by Momentum Search Partners on Sun, Mar 31, 2019
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Topics: #texasjobs, #austinjobs, #legalrecruiting

MOMENTUM RECRUITER ELECTED OFFICER OF NALSC

Posted by Momentum Search Partners on Tue, Mar 19, 2019

The 2019 National Association of Legal Search Consultants (NALSC) conference was held in Las Vegas this past weekend.  The consensus was that it was one of the best conferences ever!    The M Resort Spa & Casino was a terrific venue, the content of programs superb, the food and drink excellent, and participation high.   Our own Jane Pollard joined the NALSC Board of Directors last year, and was elected as Secretary of the Board at the Town Hall Meeting.  Congratulations Jane!

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Topics: NALSC Member, #legalrecruiting

Do companies and law firms need to retain a recruiter for their hiring needs?

Posted by Momentum Search Partners on Wed, Feb 20, 2019

With the ease of making connections via social media and job postings reaching more people than ever before, many people ask if a recruiter’s fee remains a beneficial expense.   Companies and law firms face mounting cost-containing pressures, and external recruiters are often a cost targeted for reduction.  All employers agree that their most valuable resource is its employees and hiring the right – or the wrong – person is a decision critical to the bottom line.  So the question becomes whether a recruiter can result in a better hire?  Our clients say yes – when certain conditions exist.  

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Topics: #legalrecruiting

In-house legal job trends

Posted by Momentum Search Partners on Mon, Feb 11, 2019

 

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Topics: #legalrecruiting, #corporatejobs

Recruiting Strategies to hire Attorneys in 2019

Posted by Momentum Search Partners on Mon, Feb 04, 2019

Looking to hire an attorney in 2019?  With the continued increasing demand for top legal talent across the state of Texas, companies and law firms alike need to step up their game throughout the recruitment process. Great candidates now have several opportunities in hand once they are looking to make a move, and your firm/company may not be under consideration if your process has been too protracted, you have not spent time courting the candidate or you have simply not put your best foot forward.  By thinking tactfully and creatively, you can differentiate yourself from others competing for the same top legal talent!

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Topics: #legalrecruiting