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Posted: Wednesday, April 2, 2014 12:02 PM

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wireLawyer will be assembling a national salesforce of great attorneys to recruit their local SML (small to mid-sized law practice) brothers in the bar to our platform- the largest virtual law firm in the world. Regional coordinators will be paid a base salary plus commission. Other attorneys under them will be paid commission only (but at a very competitive rate). We are growing at an incredibly fast rate and looking to make partners with some of the great attorneys out there. All applicants must be barred in their respective areas. There is no minimum experience required, but salaries for regional coordinators will be commensurate with experience. This is a business development role, not a practitioner's role. Of course, attorneys may- and we encourage them to- keep practicing. Sales professionals will additionally receive platform benefits at discounted rates or free of charge.


If you are interested, please send us your resume.

To do so, go to www.wirelawyer.com/careers and follow the instructions to claim your profile (recommended through LinkedIn- which is quicker).


Once registered, return to the careers page. Then submit your resume and contact info, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible if interested. Remember, wireLawyer is quickly becoming the tool of legal recruiters to find great candidates. So even if you are not accepted for employment, there may be other opportunities.

About wireLawyer :

Every day lawyers get onboard to become more efficient in their practice and to access our referral marketplace. wireLawyer brings the big firm practice to all lawyers by providing the technology infrastructure and collective partnership experience. We are the partner-mentor for all attorneys.

• Location: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Westchester, New York City

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