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Matthew Weaver
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As Executive Director of our Interim Legal TalentNorth America, Matthew Weaver oversees practice group strategy, business development initiatives, client relations, and recruiter leadership and mentorship. The Interim Legal Talent provides interim solutions to corporate legal departments and law firms by aligning top consulting attorneys (secondees) and legal professionals with our clients to solve strategic legal and staffing needs. These needs involve interim general counsel support, corporate, securities, M&A and commercial matters to compliance & regulatory initiatives, IP portfolio management, and litigation strategy and support.

Matthew, and his wife Victoria, reside in Long Island City, NY. Matthew enjoys traveling all over the globe to experience the world’s best beaches, wineries, restaurants, golf courses, music and metropolitan cities. Matthew never misses the opportunity to watch a ballgame and enjoys mixing travel with visiting a variety of sporting venues.

Matthew has spent over a decade in strategic contract recruiting services with 12 years of experience at Major, Lindsey & Africa's parent company, the Allegis Group. Prior to helping start the Interim Legal Talent in 2010, Matthew spent six years working for the Allegis Group's Aerotek, Inc. as a divisional leader and account executive in the architectural, engineering and construction industry in New York City.

Matthew has successfully lead numerous teams of recruiting professionals over the course of his 12-year career. This experience with two industry leaders, in Major, Lindsey & Africa and Aerotek, Inc., provides Matthew with a unique background in solving business issues as they relate to human capital management, workload efficiencies and cost containment.

Manhattan College School of Business: B.A., Marketing

Matthew and his team have placed seconded attorneys and legal professionals in a variety of industries, including financial services, consumer goods, energy, pharmaceutical and life sciences, media and entertainment, and Fortune 500/3000 companies as well as various AmLaw firms.

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