To locate all job postings here at Heller Highwater:
https://hellerdrone.wordpress.com/?s=”job+posting”

A great collection of links courtesy of Shannon & Manch LLP:
http://www.shannonandmanch.com/careers/resources.aspx

See Job Postings (for support staff and attorneys):

https://hellerdrone.wordpress.com/job-help/job-postings/

See Recruiters (for support staff):

https://hellerdrone.wordpress.com/job-help/recruiters/

See Recruiters (for attorneys):

https://hellerdrone.wordpress.com/job-help/recruiters-attorneys/

See Resume Help as well:

https://hellerdrone.wordpress.com/job-help/resume-help/

 

Links By Position Type/Field

Law Firm Positions – Information Technology: ILTA

Law Firm Positions – Trainer: Career Builder

Links By Location

Law Firm Positions – Alaska: Career Builder
Legal/Paralegal jobs – Alaska: Craigslist 

Law Firm Positions – California: Career Builder
Legal/Paralegal jobs – Los Angeles: Craigslist
Legal/Paralegal Jobs – San Diego:  Craigslist
Legal/Paralegal Jobs – San Francisco: Craigslist 

Law Firm Positions – District of Columbia: Career Builder
Legal/Paralegal jobs – District of Columbia: Craigslist 

Law Firm Positions – New York: Career Builder
Legal/Paralegal jobs – New York: Craigslist 

Law Firm Positions – Washington: Career Builder
Legal/Paralegal jobs – Seattle: Craigslist 

Law Firm Positions – Wisconsin: Career Builder
Legal/Paralegal jobs – Madison: Cragislist

6 Responses to “Job Help”


  1. 1 stryder 21 September 2008 at 12:10 pm

    I’ve worked in the SF legal community my entire career. Six years ago, I suffered a mid-life crisis and left a position I was happy with at a law firm that had served me well (I know this in hindsight) for a long, long time. I’m sharing this with the hope that folks will know there is life after being at the same culture for many years.

    What I now know: You can start over. It’s difficult — the systems are different, the culture and people are foreign — the small task of entering client/matter numbers in infotext is daunting. Where’s the fax machine? Where’s accounting? How do I create and print an envelope? Where’s the printer? It’s hideous to think these cumulative minor stresses can carry one to the brink of a breakdown in a few hours, particularly if you’ve been drafting and mailing pleadings and letters, and servicing your attorney’s and firm practice for hundreds of years (or so it seems).

    As I did, you will survive. Change is hard yet stimulates our primal urge to survive (also learned in hindsight).

    The SF law community is compassionate. We may not have the utmost leverage to negotiate high salaries, but I believe the law community wishes to facilitate soft landings wherever possible. Be advised that anyone looking for a job right now, might not qualify for a year-end bonus, but isn’t that the least of our worries?

  2. 2 333 Dood 21 September 2008 at 1:40 pm

    Stryder, thanks so much for your insight. One thing I have heard is that there is usually a (or many) Heller alumni in each port. That is comforting to know. Like being in a foreign country, if you find one person from your home country, that brings some relief. Thanks for the encouragement.

  3. 3 Diane Domeyer 26 September 2008 at 6:38 pm

    In this time of transition in your career, please feel free to reach out to my team at Robert Half Legal for help. Our job is to place talented attorneys, paralegals and legal support personnel in fulfilling roles with the best law firms and corporate legal departments around. As valued employees of Heller Ehrman, we know that you will be seeking out equally meaningful and engaging work and want to assist with your job search, including project work while you find the perfect full-time role. In addition, we provide a number of resources that will help get you back into the workforce as quickly as possible, including tips on resumes and interviewing skills, and the most current salary trends for legal professionals. Robert Half Legal can also connect you with one of our sister divisions in the areas of accounting & finance, technology, marketing & advertising or administrative support.

    Please also feel free to join us on Thursday, October 2nd from 5-7pm in our San Francisco office at 50 California Street, 10th Floor, for a networking and job search strategy mixer where you can meet our staff and mingle with your professional peers.

    Don’t hesitate to contact us with questions, to RSVP for Thursday’s event, or to register with us at (415) 982-2001. You can also visit http://www.roberthalflegal.com for more information. We look forward to working with you in this next stage of your career.

    Sincerely,
    Diane Domeyer
    District President, Robert Half Legal

  4. 4 Dori Val 29 October 2008 at 12:30 pm

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    As of today 10-29-08 I have 3 litigation paralegal job openings in San Francisco.
    I also have 2 IP Paralegal openings on the Peninsula
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    I can be reached @ 925-937-3540
    resumes may be sent to:
    Dorival2@aol.com

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