Responsive. Fast turnaround. Easy to use.
Flexible. Responsive. Understand what we are looking for.
I’m happy to recommend Elissa Outtrim as a legal recruiter. She’s demonstrated to me the three attributes I value most in recruiting professionals: She works hard, she’s ethical in her dealings with both client company and sponsored attorney, and most important, she’s a closer.
You were very responsive to our needs.
Assigned Counsel has managed to find attorneys who fit my needs — legal and budgetary — every time I’ve gone to them. Each of the attorneys we’ve used has been willing to step in and take on significant responsibility at a very reasonable rate. I chalk that up to the staff at Assigned Counsel taking the time to understand my needs and working to make sure I am satisfied.
My contract attorney through Assigned Counsel is marvelous. I couldn’t be happier with her. I’ve communicated my experience throughout our corporate system.
I was expeditiously provided the right attorney for the right price by Assigned Counsel, and their follow-through on their service was excellent.
The contract attorney has worked out extremely well for the Law Department, and we really appreciate your bringing her to our attention. I am confident that your company will continue to be successful to the extent that it is able to make attorneys like her available to its customers.
What any service firm is selling is a relationship. I really thought Assigned Counsel cared. I’d call other services and they’d send people in my door who didn’t understand me or my work style or what I was looking for in an attorney.
My experience with Assigned Counsel has been most positive. Not only are their contract attorneys first-rate, but I appreciate their outstanding responsiveness & follow-up.
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