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IBA: IndyBar Job Bank is Ready to Serve You

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Are you looking to a job? Are you looking to hire qualified legal professionals? The newly re-designed indybar.org website is a great way to make a connection. Thousands of legal professionals visit indybar.org each week.

For Those Seeking Employment

IndyBar members seeking employment may post their resumes free of charge in the Bar’s online resume bank. “The Job Bank is easily accessible from our homepage, and we hope those members in need of new employment will take advantage of this opportunity,” said Julie Armstrong, IndyBar Executive Director. “This is a new service offered by the Bar, so members will be seeing frequent reminders over the coming months to check it out.”

For Those Looking to Hire

Employers may list open position for only $99.95 and postings remain for up to three months (or until the employer requests, if sooner). The online form is easy to use and the entire process may be completed online. For more information, e-mail iba@indybar.org or visit www.indybar.org.

For Those in Transition

Support material for lawyers in transition is also found in the online Job Bank. Created by the Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism, the information posted is intended for use by lawyers in the midst of a job change. There are also helpful details for employers, too.•

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