Core Legal member Bottom Line Consultancy launches new recruitment site for solicitors with free ad deal

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14 November 2013


To celebrate the launch of their new web site, Recruitment for Solicitors is offering 6 months free recruitment advertising.  Just quote “L-F” when placing your advert and you will automatically get a 6 month extension to your period of advertising.

The site helps law firms looking to recruit a solicitor, fee earner.  Or, if you are looking for a new position with a law firm or Solicitors’ or Conveyancing Practice, there is a simple Opportunities page with job details.

For further information, call Ray Fox on 01494 483728 or email ray.fox@virgin.net

About Core Legal

CoreLegal is your one stop shop for suppliers who understand the legal profession. Our members provide high quality non-legal services that will support the growth and development of your business. Every member of CoreLegal is a specialist in its field, with a proven track record of serving law firms, solicitors and barristers.

http://www.corelegal.net

Get in touch if you have a specific service you are interested in finding out more about.

Phone no: 01494 483728



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