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Work in law? Don't miss the fastest route for firms to hire.

Law firms have been given access to LawyerUp, providing the legal market with a laser-focused tool with which to find the best people to fill its roles.

RollOnFriday’s app (available on the App Store and Google Play) has been downloadable for a month, and now that database has momentum, the doors are being thrown open to firms. Only the best ones are allowed in, and there are no legal recruitment companies allowed (sorry, chinnies).

Candidates can expect their profiles to be seen by firms including Mayer Brown, Allen & Overy, Linklaters, Shearman & Sterling, Osborne Clarke, Freshfields, Ashurst, Weil, Baker McKenzie, Kirkland & Ellis, Travers Smith, Bird & Bird, Dentons, RPC, Burges Salmon, Clifford Chance, Pinsent Masons, Ropes & Gray, DLA Piper, CMS, Eversheds Sutherland, Macfarlanes, Winckworth Sherwood, TLT, Slaughter and May, Norton Rose Fulbright, BDB Pitmans, BCLP, Clyde & Co, Hogan Lovells, Addleshaw Goddard, Herbert Smith Freehills, White & Case, Baker Botts, Clarke Willmott, McDermott Will & Emery, Mishcon de Reya, Sackers, Withers, Cleary, Hill Dickinson, Shoosmiths, Baker Botts, and Dechert.

Firms can’t see their own employees, for obvious reasons, and they don’t get to see a user's name unless the individual has ‘liked’ the firm's approach. 

For employers, it's a powerful tool to immediately identify candidates that match their requirements.

For everyone in the legal sector, it's a free, easy way to make sure they’re not missed for a great role. 

For those already on the app: the ability to select multiple practice areas and jurisdictions is coming soon, along with a free text field to state your employer if it's not listed (it is listed, do pick it - otherwise it's like a dating profile without photos, and you'll get less interest). Let the offers flow!

LU iconLawyerUp and ensure you're on the radar of all the top firms. Download on the App Store and Google Play.

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Anonymous 09 March 23 14:02

Will "Facilities Management" be added to the list of departments? Right now "Business Support" may be accurate, but it isn't really specific enough especially as HR and IT are listed.

Anon 10 March 23 10:15

A potential game-changer. The legal recruitment sector has been horribly bloated for years.

Kellogg’s’ brother 17 March 23 09:15

Why isn’t Keoghs in the list?

Baddest firm in Bolton, don’t you know! 

BasicCivility 17 March 23 11:43

Still waiting for my first notification.

Guessing that in-house within the non-profit sector is not really a headhunter's priority laugh

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