Round-Up: Am Law 100 Job Listings

I am redesigning how I distribute the Am Law jobs. In the meantime, I have opened this page up to the public. I will also send out a newsletter alert in case people don’t check this site everyday (how dare they!).

Newsletter folks will also get an invite to view the spreadsheet via Google Docs so that they can sort (Google Docs > View > List View).

Finally, I’m out of the country for the next week but I will have some access to e-mail. I apologize for any delays.

Two Weeks: Membership Open

Now that I worked out a few glitches, I’m also going to extend free membership to anyone who signs up for my newsletter on or before March 1, 2010 at 12:01 am EST. After you sign up for the newsletter, you will receive an e-mail with your username and password within 24 hours. It will come from WordPress with [RecruiterEsq] in the subject line. Finally, anyone who signed up for the newsletter after membership was closed last time will also receive free membership to the website.

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New Subscribers Will Receive Membership Details w/in 24 hours

Q: If someone subscribes to the newsletter before this Friday, January 29th at 11:59 pm, how does s/he access the members-only section of the site?  Sincerely, Inquisitive New Subscriber

A: Dear Inquisitive,

Great question!  I’m sure other people want to know this as well.  Thank you for asking.

Basically, once someone subscribes to the newsletter, I still need to add them manually to the site’s WordPress database.1

Every night this week, I plan to add the people who signed up that day.  Once I add a new user, WordPress automatically sends that user an e-mail with his/her username and password.

In other words, anyone who subscribes to the newsletter before Friday, January 29th at 11:59 pm EST can expect:

  • to receive a registration e-mail from WordPress with a username and password within 24 hours; and
  • to receive free membership, forever.

Most likely, each night this week, I’ll add people at around midnight EST.  I may add people sporadically throughout the day.  Nevertheless, I’d rather you be pleasantly surprised than anxious or disappointed, i.e., don’t bank on it.

Let me know if you have any further questions.  I love inquisitive readers.  x

1 If you’re really bored and want to know why, shoot me an e-mail and I’ll let you know.