How do I register with Law Firm People if I am looking for a job?
The best way is by clicking on the menu to your left or on the bottom of this page navigating to your area of interest and experience. There you will find e-mail links to submit your resume. Once we read your resume and determine it matches a current job opening we'll be happy to speak with you to determine your interest and schedule a convenient appointment to register.
What is the best way or form to submit my resume?
Naming your resume is important. If your name is “Jane Doe” then your resume should be named: Jane-Doe-Resume. In doc, pdf or txt formats this will allow us to find your resume in our data base and help to expedite your registration. Using the links provided on each Filcro Legal Staffing job page you can upload your resume through any e-mail link.
What are Law Firm People’s hours and where are you located?
Hours are 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM - Monday through Friday We are located at 295 Madison Avenue on the South East corner of 41st Street off Madison Avenue. Our offices are on the 8th floor. We are by appointment only. Thank you.
Do I need an appointment to register?
Yes. Law Firm People is by appointment only. Candidates enjoy special attention and are seen promptly. By submitting your resume we can contact you to arrange an appointment at your convenience to register and start the interviewing process, if we have a position currently relevant to your experience.
How long does the interviewing process take?
Your first appointment can take from 30 minutes to 2 hours based on your availability and the position applied for. Some candidates can be sent on interviews the same day and this process is the longest.
Will my skills be tested?
Yes. Law Firm People can coordinate tests for you in our office or at home if you have an internet connection. Different jobs require different tests.
Does Law Firm People provide temporary work?
Law Firm People provides full time permanent positions. We are not a temporary agency.
However, from time-to-time for our loyal client companies of the firm we provide a temp if they need an exceptional temporary. This service is limited to long standing clients of the firm.
How often do you get new jobs in?
New jobs are received on a daily basis and we inform qualified candidates of new positions when they become available. Hitting the refresh button on your browser can sometimes reveal new job listings. The web pages are also updated as needed and on a rotational basis.
I’m relocating to New York City; can Law Firm People help me get a job if I don't have New York law firm experience?
Yes. We help many people from all over the United States who are relocating to New York City to find legal jobs in New York City, New Jersey, Washington, DC and Long Island law firms. Filcro Legal Staffing also relocates legal professional from New York, all over the United States.
Does Filcro Legal Staffing offer interviewing or resume advice for legal secretaries seeking jobs in New York City law firms?
Yes. We help everyone who registers with our firm. Legal secretaries and paralegals seeking advice can also read our free interviewing tips.
How do I know if Law Firm People received my resume?
Resumes can be sent by e-mail with return receipt requests.
I’m have trouble finding the office who can I call?
Please call 212-599-0909 and the receptionist will be happy to help you. You can also read at our contact page.
Legal Facts and Fun For Legal Professional
1. When did the first law firms with two or more lawyers form in the United States?
The first law firms with two or more lawyers appeared in the United States just prior to the American Civil War in (1861)
2. Where are the largest law firms in the world located?
The largest law firms in the world are based primarily in the United Kingdom and the United States. The American system of licensing attorneys on a state-by-state basis, the tradition of having a headquarters in a single U.S. state and a close focus on profits per partner (as opposed to sheer scale) has to date limited the size of most American law firms. Thus, whilst the most profitable law firms in the world remain in New York, four of the six largest firms in the world are based in London in the United Kingdom. But the huge size of the United States results in a larger number of large firms overall. A survey found that the United States alone had 901 law firms with more than 50 lawyers, while there were only 58 such firms in Canada, 44 in Great Britain, 14 in France, and 9 in Germany. There is an increasing tendency towards globalisation of law firms.
3. Which Movies are a must for legal professionals to see and enjoy personally and professionally.
Anatomy of a Murder (1959). This movie, based on the fact based novel of the same name by "Robert Traver" (pseudonym of Michigan Supreme Court Justice John Jackson) combines wonderfully written and acted scenes of legal ethics, trial strategy, and courtroom drama with serious questions about the nature of justice and the purpose of the adversarial legal system. Jimmy Stewart is superb as the inventive defense attorney Paul Biegler.
Inherit the Wind (1960), which is based on a real case, Tennessee v. Scopes, and dramatizes the fight over the teaching of evolution in United States public schools. Old pros Spencer Tracy and Frederic March make magic of every word, showing us what good acting is all about.
Judgment at Nuremberg (1961), is the best film ever made about judges and judging. Based on a script by Abby Mann, it uses as raw material the trials of Third Reich judges in 1947 and 1948. Spencer Tracy is Judge Dan Haywood, the thoughtful American faced with condemning men with whom he senses he has a great deal in common. Richard Widmark is the eager and tactless military prosecutor, Maximilian Schell, who won an Academy Award for his portrayal, is the committed advocate Hans Rolfe who attempts to mount a defense for a client (Burt Lancaster) who does not want to defend himself.
4. How long has Filcro Legal Staffing been providing legal support staff to New York City law firms and Corporations?