The doors of opportunity in legal work are open wider than ever, thanks to an abundance of online job boards that specialize in law-related employment. Many of these platforms are geared exclusively toward employment within the field of law. Here you will find a sampling of options for guidance on your path to success in a legal career.

BCG Attorney Search

With more than ten years of experience, this Leading legal recruitment company has averaged at least one placement per day. BCG Attorney Search provides legal news and resources for attorneys and law students in addition to job postings for attorneys.


LawCrossing boasts of providing over 25 times as many legal job postings as any other job board. You can find over 140,000 jobs posted on their site which is updated several times daily.

ABA Legal Career Central

A resource for the world’s leading legal association, the American Bar Association’s Legal Career Central is designed for pre-law and law students and attorneys. Here you can find entry-level legal job listings, internships, and networking opportunities.

Legal Staff

Hosted by the Association Career Network, Legal Staff is a leading resource for finding employment opportunities, resources, and qualified candidates in legal careers. Jobs are posted in collaboration with Career Centers of state legal associations to streamline job searches across the nation. Legal Staff also offers a free resume review service for legal professionals.


FindLaw’s Law Career Center posts career assessment and management resources and other options in legal careers. This popular website keeps legal professionals and students up to date on legal news and case law.

A premier platform for legal professionals, provides national and international opportunities with AmLaw 200 offices and Fortune 1000 companies. hosts a career center that includes career profiles and advice along with salary information.


Lawmatch partners with the nation’s leading law schools and firms to match vetted candidates with prime part-time, full-time, and contract opportunities. The company provides complimentary and fee-based services for lawyers, law students, and other legal paraprofessionals.

National Association for Law Placement (NALP)

The NALP’s Job Center is primarily set up for employers, providing resources to assist them in posting attractive job listings. However, prospective applicants can search and save jobs as well as filter searches based on interests. The NALP’s resources are available to NALP members and non-members.

Above the Law

Legal news treasure trove Above the Law posts jobs on its homepage and its Career Center page. The Job Board allows you to search for opportunities by city, category, position, and experience level.