Levenson Schweitzer in the News

At Levenson Schweitzer, we pride ourselves on being up to date with the latest trends in the industry so that we can best serve our clients. We know the factors that influence our candidates’ career decisions and are uniquely qualified to advise them.




“Critical Suppliers to the Legal Industry”


Legal Developments

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How to Become Someone a Legal Recruiter Wants to Represent” [PDF]

July/August 2015

California Lawyer

“A lot of factors go into the hiring process and it is a competitive market. Time is money, and employers are willing to pay recruiting fees in order to fill their positions with qualified attorneys as quickly as possible.” Read full article

“Labor numbers for August show growth in legal industry but California lost some legal positions in July, according to latest data available”

September 8, 2014

By Alex Shivley

Daily Journal

“Daily Journal article citing that California lost 500 legal jobs in July 2014, while shedding 1,100 jobs over the past 12 months.” Read full article

“Small firms increasingly squeezing their midsize counterparts”

May 16, 2013

By Alexandra Schwappach

Daily Journal

“A new trend is forcing mid-level firms to look out for competition in another direction – down to small firms.” Read full article

“Regional firms find success in lateral market: Sheppard, McKenna among firms gaining most partners across the state last year”

March 20, 2013

By Alexandra Schwappach and Ameera Butt

Daily Journal

“Lateral partner movement has changed drastically in the past five years. Some partners are moving to firms where they have more flexibility with their billing rates or better leadership opportunities.” Read full article

Levenson Schweitzer Profile


By Nabeal Twereet

Legal Crossing

“Some of our best referrals come from those who were skeptical about working with a legal recruiter.” Read full article

“Tips for Changing Jobs in the Current Market”

Winter 2009

The Woman Advocate

“People have long memories for kindness and pettiness. Let this be your guide.” Read full article