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LawFuel Hits Top Spot

LawFuel Hits Top Spot - Law Jobs At Number One On Google LawFuel –

The Law Jobs and Legal NewsWire LawFuel.co.nz, the law jobs website, has hit the Number One spot on the Google search engine rankings for its key word "Law Jobs", showing top place out of over 23 million entries.

LawFuel.co.nz started life in November 2007 but is an offshoot of the legal news site, LawFuel.com, which handles law news from worldwide sources.

"We're very pleased to have reached that position after less than six months' operation," said LawFuel.co.nz director and founder John Bowie.

"The legal jobs market is quite unique in the sense that it caters for specific criteria for both employers and employees. However, LawFuel is able to deliver not only the jobs and the resources for lawyers who are job hunting, but also constantly updated legal news through our news service, which has proved very popular."

LawFuel is expanding its reach with the increasing use of the site by international recruiters, as well as domestic users.

About LawFuel.co.nz LawFuel.co.nz is the only law-only law jobs website in New Zealand. It reaches a strongly growing legal market both in New Zealand and Australia as well as lawyers in London, the Middle East and elsewhere who are looking for legal jobs or who are interested in legal developments in the law business.

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