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New Legal Jobs Service For New Zealand Lawyers

New Legal Jobs Service For New Zealand Lawyers - Law Jobs Online Launched By LawFuel

LawFuel - The Law Jobs and Legal NewsWire

LAWFUEL.co.nz - Legal Jobs Service - A new website for lawyers has been unveiled as a Christmas gift to law firm's seeking lawyers.

LawFuel.co.nz, the local arm of the LawFuel.com newswire service, has been launched to provide a law jobs board for local recruiters and law firms looking to recruit lawyers.

The new site, which provides not only a jobs board but law recruitment resources, video and updated law news, is a spin-off from the global site, which principally handles US-based law news.

"LawFuel.co.nz will be focused on younger lawyers seeking work either at home or abroad," said LawFuel founder and publisher John Bowie.

"The site's designed to provide the ability for law firms to quickly upload jobs and for candidates to upload CVs and receive job alerts and other material on legal positions. The site is dedicated, meaning we're not being all things to everyone, but are rather focused purely on lawyers and the legal profession," Mr Bowie said.

The new site carries articles, jobs, interviews and video and is now live.

About LawFuel.co.nz
LawFuel.co.nz provides legal career and law jobs services for candidates, law firms and recruiters in Australia and New Zealand. The service also provides legal news distribution with direct access to major search engines on the Net. Information about the jobs and news service may be obtained via the website and via jobs@lawfuel.com


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