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Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
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Simply Law Jobs announces Lawyer Monthly as latest partner

 

Simply Law Jobs have partnered up with leading legal publication Lawyer Monthly to provide legal jobs, news and opinions to their readers.

Simply Law Jobs, a niche legal job site is pleased to announce its latest partnership as the exclusive recruitment provider with leading legal publication, Lawyer Monthly.

The partnership will see Simply Law Jobs featuring on Lawyer Monthly’s site, offering readers access to tailored and relevant legal jobs.

The partnership will also see Simply Law Jobs host career articles from Lawyer Monthly, with an additional free subscription to Lawyer Monthly’s online magazine for all Simply Law Job’s subscribers.

CEO of Simply Law Jobs, Ian Partington, said: “Lawyer Monthly is a fantastic resource for legal professionals, and it’s clear they’ve made their mark on the industry given their growth in the last two years. Specialising in delivering advice on careers in the law, this partnership was an ideal fit for us to offer tailored legal jobs in addition. We’re very excited to get started and I’m sure this is the start of a successful partnership.”

Mark Palmer, Director of Lawyer Monthly, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Simply Law Jobs. Simply Law Jobs is one of the largest legal job platforms in the UK and has proven to be an invaluable resource for those who are looking to advance their careers in law or searching for their first time employment in the legal sector.

“In the past 2 years we’ve seen incredible growth in Lawyer Monthly’s UK readership, particularly on the legal careers side, so we felt this was a natural progression for the magazine. Lawyer Monthly has always sought to offer its readers the very best in legal news, opinion and advice, and now we’re thrilled to be able to include tailored legal jobs on our platform, thanks to this partnership with Simply Law Jobs. “We look forward to introducing this partnership to our readers and working with Simply Law Jobs to help law graduates and legal professionals across the UK take the next steps in their careers.”

About Lawyer Monthly

Lawyer Monthly is one of the UK’s leading legal publications. Its website brings in over 250,000 views a month, and the magazine is sent to over 15,000 readers across the UK.

About Simply Law Jobs

Simply Law Jobs is the UK’s largest legal jobs site, offering niche career opportunities to professionals in the law. The job site has over 5000 legal jobs and over 160,000 registered users.

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Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
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