Lawyer Exchange brings the gig economy to law by connecting lawyers looking for attorney jobs with law practices that need help on a project basis. Law firms post attorney job requirements for short-term legal projects that you can complete online. Now you can find associate level work close to your city or from anywhere across the United States.
If you’re a recent law grad or new lawyer looking for attorney jobs online, you can now quickly and easily browse and work on legal projects from anywhere online.
You don’t need to be a new or young lawyer to join Lawyer Exchange for attorney jobs! Lawyers of all expertise levels are utilizing legal project work for several reasons:
Similar services for attorney jobs take close to 30% from the project total before you receive payment—with Lawyer Exchange, you'll have the most fair and transparent pricing offered today: zero fees to join and browse.
Join for free and start submitting proposals for attorney jobs in minutes. Upload your resume and examples of your legal work directly to your personal profile
We give you the power to negotiate your own pay rates for projects either hourly or flat fee! Communicate directly with Hiring Lawyers to get a fair price for the work you'll complete
You work hard, so why should we take a piece of your fee? We charge Hiring Lawyers our service fee, so you'll receive 100% of your invoice with no hidden fees, extra charges, or commitments
Find work, gain experience, get PAID. Not only will you find work that actually interests you; it’ll also help you advance in your career and beef up your resume. You’ll be able to acquire the experience you NEED while working on meaningful and challenging project lawyer jobs that you WANT. The best part is that you’ll have more law job opportunities in 6 months than most new lawyers would in a year.
Communicate and negotiate directly with hiring lawyers about all facets of their projects, such as compensation, hours, work location, etc. YOU get to choose your own rate without being controlled by temp agencies and staffing companies. Would you rather work on projects of your choice or go the more traditional route, working on document review jobs for attorneys that most law school graduates find themselves unwillingly doing? Forget being at the mercy of staffing firms for attorney jobs. Your future is now in YOUR hands, where it should be.
Gain immediate access to a community of experienced lawyers who were once in your shoes. Project lawyers work directly with hiring lawyers to benefit from their experience, take advantage of their knowledge, and learn from their guidance. This valuable mentorship from various seasoned lawyers will help you develop your network within the legal community, which could lead to a full-time lawyer employment opportunity or even succession and partnership.