Welcome to the Gibson Arnold & Associates Jobs Center
We have more than 35 years of experience placing legal candidates at all levels, from entry-level all the way to the executive suite, nationally and internationally. We work with law firms and corporate legal departments of all sizes, from start-ups and small practices up to Fortune 500 companies and household names, so whatever change you want to make, we can help.
This area is intended to be more than just a job board (although that is here, too); it is a resource for your use to improve your job search, both by making yourself more attractive to potential employers and by helping you define and focus the goals of your search. Here you will find a list of open positions we are seeking to fill, as well as advice, example documents and research aids.
If you see a position you are interested in, please apply. If none of the current openings appeal to you, submit your resume for future consideration. All submitted resumes are uploaded to our database where they can be viewed by our experienced recruiting team. You will be contacted if we find a position we think would fit your skills.
For transactional attorneys, transactions lists are a good way to summarize your accomplishments. It can show a potential employer how you have successfully managed several transactions, the specifics of each transaction and the amount of money involved.
For litigation attorneys, a representative cases list shows a potential employer the variety and complexity of cases you have worked on and the role you played in each case. The employer will then be able to identify how your practice could fit into their firm.
Proper interview etiquette can be the most important part of the hiring process with a potential employer. The recruiters at Gibson Arnold & Associates work with candidates to ensure that they are properly prepared and informed before interviewing with our clients. We have provided a short reading below to give you some insight on what you should take into consideration when preparing for an interview.
- Professional Associations and Organizations
- Legal Resources
- Area Bar Associations
- Paralegal Associations
- Specialty Bar Associations
- Paralegal Schools
Arapahoe Community College
UCLA Attorney Assistant Training
NOTE: This schools listed are not the only paralegal schools available. Gibson Arnold & Associates does not recommend any one paralegal program over another.