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Does your legal career need new impetus? Are you just starting out as a legal professional and want to take your career right to the top? As one of the largest recruiters on the legal market, Hays ranks as a first stop for legal experts who have set high goals for their careers and are able to achieve them. This applies just as equally to committed young lawyers as it does to experienced solicitors and attorneys who want to make the move up to partner level.
Extensive experience in supporting legal experts
Since 1991, Hays has offered personnel consulting and recruitment services for the legal profession. The majority of our consultants are lawyers themselves — they know the profession and are aware of the fine details and distinctions that can make the difference between signing on the dotted line or just walking away. We make candidates aware of the questions that might arise concerning their qualifications and CVs and where they need to have answers prepared and ready. Even experienced lawyers make use of our service, because every industry and job follows a different set of regulations and requirements. All contact approaches and coaching are, of course, completely discreet and free of charge.
Our international network offers career opportunities for legal experts
Colleague referrals and our high standing in the legal media make us a first choice contact for lawyers who are interested in taking on new challenges. Through our international network we offer vacancies across all legal fields in over 100 countries. The in-house lawyers we recruit are experts or generalists in the following fields and areas: banking, financial services, insurance, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, IT, technology, telecommunications, plant engineering, construction and property, commerce, industry, media, logistics, shipping and aviation, special interest groups and associations as well as the automotive industry. We are also there to support successful lawyers in making the change from law firms to the business sector.