“Having just graduated from the University of Maryland, I registered with numerous staffing agencies in DC. Therefore, I have dealt with many recruiters until finding my current position. Ms. Shemnitz is undoubtedly the most sincere, honest and accommodating recruiter I have dealt with to date. She was always available to answer my calls and assist in any way possible. Ms. Shemnitz has made my experience at Palmer a most pleasant and successful one.”
— Placed Candidate

 

Our Placement Process

Is There a Financial Commitment?

There is zero financial commitment to a candidate who wishes to use our services.

What is the Registration Process?

To register with Palmer Legal Staffing, the first step is to send your resume, preferably via email. Refer to our Contact Us page to identify your appropriate recruiter based on the position for which you are applying. If you prefer, feel free to send your resume via fax or postal mail. If we have positions available that suit your skill set, we will then contact you to discuss your previous work experience, your goals for your future, and to set up an interview and testing time.

When you arrive at Palmer Legal Staffing, your first step will be to fill out the appropriate paperwork. If you so desire, you can fill out the paperwork from the comfort of your own home before coming in for your interview. You will then complete any testing appropriate to your field.

After testing, you will interview with a recruiter. It is important to remember that this is an actual interview, not simply a time to meet. This is our first opportunity to build a rapport with each other. For the interview, please schedule one to two hours of time in order to completely register with us.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Palmer Legal Staffing is committed to equal employment opportunity and employ all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, or physical handicap, or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.