Post Your Higher Education Job with for Law

As the premier employment service for higher education, not only posts your higher education job openings online, but can also include your job announcement in targeted e-mails (e-Fliers) that reach a database of over 1,600,000 faculty, post-docs and senior graduate students throughout the United States and at certain premier international institutions.

  • Save money - Our services are competitively priced. They are less expensive than higher education job announcements in professional journals. Additionally, they are posted for a longer amount of time and have no text limit.
  • Attain greater exposure - Web posting combined with our unique e-Fliers can quickly reach hundreds of thousands of people in law academia and remain online for four to six months. Our e-Flier database includes over 40,000 people in law academia and is growing daily.
  • Reach your desired audience - Our targeted e-Fliers are sent to educators, post-doctoral students, graduate students and other applicants in specific fields related to your higher education job announcement.
  • Increase your response rate - Job seekers can apply for your higher education position quickly and easily by using direct links from the job announcement to your department or job site.
  • Post at your convenience - There are no deadlines. Once you have submitted your job announcement, it will be viewable on our site within hours, and for an additional fee it will be included in the next E-flier.
  • Flexible payment options - Job postings are invoiced within a few days of the job being posted and approved. We happily accept university purchase orders, electronic funds transfers, or any major credit card for payment.
  • Post a free announcement - All higher education job announcements for post-doctoral candidates and graduate students are free.
To post with us, we recommend using a device with a keyboard rather than a touch phone or tablet.

Go here to post on our regular desktop site.

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