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LAW DAWGS, INC. (LDI) has recently merged/transitioned to a National Legal and Executive Search Platform!

LDI now provides exclusive retained engagements for Partners, In-House Counsel, and C-Suite Professionals for AM Law 500 law firms and Fortune 500 companies.

Our new website is currently under construction.........accepting CVs and inquiries, in confidence, at or call 206-224-8269.

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The Dawg Blog is a collection of Law Dawgs company news and insights into the legal and corporate staffing industry.

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The LAW DAWGS Gift Guide for Legal Professionals

Posted on December 09, 2016 by Law Dawgs | News and Events

LAW DAWGS has been in the business of legal and corporate staffing for almost the past 30 years. While this means we're excellent at what we do, it also means we have worked with a countless number of legal professionals over the years - from corporate and law firm attorneys to paralegals to legal assistant to office support staff. The bottom line…we know legal professionals well and we know what they like and don't like. Given this insightful knowledge, LAW DAWGS is excited to present its first ever Gift Guide for Legal Professionals... Continue Reading

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Firm Leaders See Moderate Growth for Second Half of 2016

Posted on September 14, 2016 by Law Dawgs | News and Events

Citi Private Bank's Law Firm Group recently published a report regarding legal industry predictions for the second half of 2016. The report is based upon surveys taken from law firm chairs, managing partners, executive directors, COOs and CFOs at 72 AM Law 100 firms, 39 AM Law 200 firms and 44 smaller firms. In general, the report forecasts modest growth in the legal sector for the remainder of 2016... Continue Reading

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Deceptive Staffing Agency Websites - What Candidates Should Know

Posted on June 13, 2016 by Law Dawgs | News and Events

KOMO News recently reported on an incident involving deceptive and suspicious activities involving a staffing agency. According to this report, a job candidate submitted his resume online via the agency's website. The agency subsequently emailed the candidate and informed him that they had a position for him to fill... Continue Reading

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