At Firm Advice, Inc., owned and managed by attorney Mary W. Legg, we hold true to our name: we provide firm advice to law firms and corporations on their legal staffing needs. Our Firm Advice staff understands the legal environment and its demands. We search for and provide to our clients only top quality candidates.
Firm Advice sets itself apart from other agencies in numerous ways. First, we exclusively provide attorneys and other legal professionals. We are not an arm of a larger company. Our attention to providing our clients with the best candidates is not diluted by other business. Second, we locate many of our high-quality candidates by networking with different associations, including the Association of Corporate Counsel, the Women's Bar Association, and state bar associations. Third, the credentials, experience, and character of Firm Advice attorneys and recruiters fortify them with high standards with which they carefully scrutinize the credentials of candidates. When you need an attorney or other legal professional, we will send you the resume of only a few candidates who have made it through our rigorous selection process.
Our goal is to establish a long-term relationship with our clients. We achieve this goal by getting to know our clients so we can understand their needs. Just as one hires a candidate, not a firm, when one relies on Firm Advice to identify the appropriate candidate for them, they are relying on a person, Mary W. Legg, not a faceless corporation, to resolve their problem. The majority of our clients look exclusively to Firm Advice to fulfill their legal staffing needs.
At Firm Advice, we understand the legal environment, have knowledge of the legal market, and are aware of the importance of finding the right candidate for the job. Whatever your legal staffing needs, Firm Advice is your resource.
We look forward to working with you.
Firm Advice is a certified Women's Business Enterprise.
The materials presented herein were prepared by Firm Advice, Inc. for informational purposes only and are not intended to be and should not be considered legal advice. Transmission of this information is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship nor does it substitute for obtaining legal advice from competent legal counsel.