Oakland appearance attorneys can now find appearance attorney jobs fast and easy. With the help of AppearMe, now you can take as many jobs as you can handle and at hours that are best for you. This is true not only for Oakland attorneys. AppearMe is a statewide appearance attorney service for the whole state of California, as well as Nevada, Texas and New York.
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According to the American Bar Association article, the legal culture is changing in today’s world. A lot of lawyers prefer remote work options or jobs that offer a flexible schedule.
What is the driving factor for this trend? The first is perhaps the highly stressful nature of legal work. In fact, lawyers’ job is one of the most stressful among all professions. A 40-hour work schedule with unforeseen non-billable hours takes away from health, family and personal life. This makes lawyers consider better work-life integration options.
Like anywhere else, Oakland appearance attorneys seek for jobs that they can do at a flexible schedule. The good news for them is that they can sign up to the free application AppearMe and take as many jobs as they like.
Thousands of lawyers are already registered users in the states of California, New York, Nevada, and Texas. They post and receive job requests every day.
The legal practitioners of Oakland may take two or even three jobs a day or have free days if they like. The application is without commitments and what’s more – it is absolutely free to sign up.
How to become a user of AppearMe?
You need to sign up through 2 simple steps. We will need personal information like full name, email, password, the state, bar number, phone number. It will take less than 2 minutes to fill in all the information and create a profile.
Once we get your details, we will verify your account, and it will take a couple of hours. Be sure to give AppearMe a couple of hours for verifying your account. We check whether you are an attorney with an active license, whether you have faced any disciplinary action or any non-disciplinary administrative action. If you are an attorney who is not eligible to practice law for any reason like suspension, involuntary transfer to inactive status or failure to pay mandatory State Bar fees, you will not get into the system.
Otherwise, if all is good, you will become a registered user of AppearMe and start receiving job requests.
If you have questions, please contact AppearMe. Otherwise, we encourage you to sign up today and enjoy flexible work with AppearMe.