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  • New York, NY
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 1998
  • Company - Private
  • Education Training Services
  • $5 to $10 million (USD)


A remote company, Lawline is a CLE company providing professional development to attorneys nationwide. Through Lawline’s studio and online platform, professionals gain insight and knowledge by watching courses via live webcast or on demand. Lawline has been recognized by Crain’s ...
Mission: Lawline is the leading national provider of online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) for attorneys. As a trusted provider with courses approved in 43 states, Lawline offers over 1,500 online courses that support, inspire, and advance attorneys in their personal and professional ... Reviews

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"Great place to work"

Jan 26, 2021 - Marketing Manager
Positive Outlook


Great culture, fully remote, fun events


Benefits are good for a small company but can definitely lag behind what larger companies/corporations can offer.
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Diversity Programs & Initiatives

Lawline is dedicated to promoting a culture of diversity and inclusion within the legal
community as well as within our own company, including but not limited to diversity of gender,
race, ethnicity, or orientation. We believe that diverse backgrounds provide unique perspectives,
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  1. Business Operations Coordinator Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
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    Average Interview


    I had a zoom interview for a temp to perm role a few months ago. Most of the interviewer's questions were straightforward. But then she asked me to rate myself, on a 1 to 10 scale, based on how all my previous employers would think I did at my job. In other words, what number rating would my last bosses give me? And she had me go down each of the jobs on my resume and rate myself for every one. I thought it was an absurd question. I can't read people's minds; if you want to know how my bosses would rate me, ask them yourself. It's also dehumanizing. I'm a person, not a machine, and definitely not a number. She ended the interview shortly after that question; evidently, I didn't give her the answers she wanted to hear. I don't think the interview lasted more than... 10 minutes? A waste of time, both hers and mine. The interview wasn't with a random recruiter, either, but a higher-up/supervisor in the company who should have known better.

    The "rate yourself" question. I don't remember the others; they were basic things about my work history, I believe.

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April 6, 2021
We are currently hiring for new roles! Please apply on our career page.
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June 27, 2017
We are extremely proud to have received ACLEA’s 2017 Best Use of Technology Award!
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  • Best Companies to Work for in New York StateBest Companies Group2016
  • #15 Best Companies to Work for in New York State (Small Company Category)Best Companies Group2019

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