Attorney Recruiting Manager

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Job ID: #10951
Updated 191 days ago
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The Attorney Recruiting Manager will manage the Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia law school, lateral associate, lateral partner, and patent agent recruiting programs. This individual will also manage and take ownership of the summer associate programs in both offices. The Manager will provide support on firmwide projects and initiatives to create efficiencies and best practices across all offices. The Manager will collaborate with Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia hiring partners and recruiting committees to develop, implement and manage recruiting strategies and programs to best present the Firm to law school and lateral candidates; assist with firmwide strategic projects and initiatives related to process, data analysis, branding, and technology; drive efforts to increase and improve firm visibility at targeted law schools and, when needed, develop and foster law school and search firm relationships; manage the interview process, communications, and data tracking systems; work with Washington, D.C. practice group leadership to determine short term and long term attorney hiring needs; manage the Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia summer associate programs, including social events, trainings, surveys, and evaluations; facilitate the successful integration of all new associates and other attorneys; supervise local Attorney Recruiting Specialist, as well as other support staff indirectly.

This position be based in the Washington, DC or Northern Virginia office.


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Minimum of five years of Recruiting experience required, with at least two years in a supervisory capacity preferred. Prior legal recruiting experience is preferred, including the demonstrated ability to manage all aspects of high-volume legal recruiting programs, including lateral attorney sourcing and hiring; law student on-campus recruiting; and the summer associate program and event planning. This job requires occasional travel to other Firm offices and law school campuses, particularly in the summer and fall.