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Good Time For Law Firms To Recruit Overseas

Good Time For Law Firms To Recruit Overseas, Says LawFuel

LawFuel - Legal Jobs Site - Law jobs in Moscow for Clifford Chance, to legal jobs in Invercargill, Melbourne and Nelson are among the latest law jobs to be advertised on the New Zealand Legal Jobs site LawFuel.co.nz.

Lawfuel.co.nz is a specialist New Zealand law jobs board, building on the success of the global law news website LawFuel.com. The new law jobs board is attracting job advertisements from both New Zealand and overseas, with increased traffic and resources aimed at New Zealand lawyers seeking work either at home or abroad.

"The legal market has been exceptionally competitive for several years, however the credit crunch and other factors signal that while it will remain tight, it is nevertheless an opportune time for firms in New Zealand to look towards stepping up their recruitment overseas," said LawFuel.co.nz publisher John Bowie.

"Lawfuel is designed to provide both resources and interviews with kiwi lawyers working here and overseas to provide useful information on the legal employment position," Mr Bowie said.

Log in to the latest site for commercial, conveyancing, litigation and other jobs on the New Zealand legal jobs site.


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