As Executive Director for the In-House Practice Group, Chad Marlow oversees business development, client delivery and recruiter leadership for the West region. He consults with corporate legal departments throughout the West while overseeing and providing leadership to a talented team of business development and recruiting professionals.
Prior to his current role, Chad was responsible for building the West region of the Interim Legal Talent, a team that provides legal staffing services and managed legal services for law firms and corporate legal departments.
While earning his bachelor’s degree at San Diego State University, Chad played baseball. He is an avid supporter of youth athletics and an active member of his church. Chad lives in Southern California with his wife, son and their two golden retrievers, Bogey and Teddy. In his free time, he enjoys surfing, golfing and spending time with friends and family.
With more than 12 years of recruiting and staffing solutions experience, Chad is recognized as an expert in the field. He co-authored an article for the NALP (National Association for Legal Professionals) Foundation titled, "Hiring and Retention: Resources & Strategies for Improvement," and has been interviewed for insight regarding recent trends in the legal market.
Prior to joining Major, Lindsey & Africa, Chad worked for TEKsystems, the nation's leading technology staffing and services company and a member of the Allegis Group, the parent company of Major, Lindsey & Africa. While at TEKsystems, he helped successfully develop and launch a new strategic business unit providing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to clients throughout Southern California.
Before joining Allegis Group, Chad was the Director of Sales & Operations for Western Marketing Concepts Inc. There he led a sales and operations team throughout the Western United States and served as a catalyst for improved strategies in business development, recruiting, training and field-based technology.
San Diego State University: B.A., Communications