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We Guide Your Legal Career All Along the Way.

At Major, Lindsey & Africa, we help young lawyers navigate their career choices and create a plan tailored to their individual needs and desires.

Our search consultants are unparalleled in the marketplace and possess a keen understanding of legal market trends, have firsthand knowledge of how leading law firms operate and, most importantly, have the respect of hiring partners around the world.

We partner with candidates and law firms to make strategic matches—ones that will allow both sides to thrive and flourish. When working with Major, Lindsey & Africa, associates receive a career coach for life and clients gain access to the most talented associates.

Candidates Looking for Roles

Where is your path leading?

We can help you map out the strategic direction you want to follow in your legal career.

Law Firms Looking for Associates

Looking for a diamond in the rough?

Our expansive network gives you access to the best associate talent in the world.

Looking for other legal positions?

See what types of legal positions our consultants are filling every day.

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