Wisnik Career Enterprises, Inc.

Wisnik Career Enterprises, Inc. is committed to helping you achieve your goals. We specialize in placing law firm talent in the following areas:
  • Marketing/BD
  • Recruiting
  • Administrative
  • Professional Development
  • Practice Management

Wisnik’s Wisdom

Law Firm BD/Marketing Industry Trends  

November 9, 2016

We recently released the findings of our 2016 salary and responsibility survey and are happy to report that based on the feedback of 367 marketers from large firms across the country, there are many indicators that Law Firm BD/Marketing is a growing profession with significant career growth!  Below is a summary of some of our findings: […]

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October 13, 2016

The question of salary comes up with every one of our candidates, but the discussions are very different depending on the candidate. To begin with, 98% of the candidates we speak to tell us their salary.  The 2% who won’t, we don’t work with.  Why?  Because we can only help professionals who trust us.  I […]

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Embracing Change

September 14, 2016

No matter how many years it’s been since I graduated from school, September always feels like a new beginning. This September brought with it more change than I have ever experienced in any one period of my life. My two teenagers in high school left to study abroad in Spain and France. Faced with an […]

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Interviewing: What To Look For

August 11, 2016

This summer, I have spent a good amount of time traveling the country teaching interview skills to attorneys at major law firms before they went on campus to recruit new talent. Conducting all of this training has caused me to think a lot about what characteristics, regardless of whether you are hiring legal talent or […]

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Thank You Notes & References: DOs and DON’Ts

July 21, 2016

Over the past 20 years, we have witnessed many candidates who were close to receiving an offer and lost the opportunity because of their thank you notes and/or references.  Some of this may be common sense, but here are some Dos and Don’ts you should consider when actively engaged in a job search: DO send a thank you […]

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What are the Advantages of Working with a Recruiter?

June 29, 2016

I was recently interviewed for an industry publication and, during the interview, the topic of the benefits of working with a recruiter came up.  In thinking about the answers, I realized that it would be good for me to share some (not always apparent) advantages of working with a recruiter with our Wisnik Weekly readers. […]

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Success Advice for Recent Grads

June 2, 2016

The market is actually decent for new grads right now. For the first time in many years, we are seeing law firm recruiting and marketing positions that are open to a “smart new grad with strong internships.” With this in mind, I have some advice for recent grads who are beginning their careers. These recommendations […]

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Interviewing – A Branding Opportunity

May 12, 2016

In June and July, I will be traveling the country to conduct interview training at law firms before the on-campus recruiting season begins.  I have done this for more than 60 law firms over the last 18 years. I truly believe it’s one of the most valuable training programs that we offer law firms. The […]

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What if You Don’t Get the Offer?

April 7, 2016

We have watched thousands of candidates go through the interview process and sometimes, after many rounds of interviews, we hear, “We are going to pass on Sue or John.” As hard as it is to share this outcome with candidates, we know it is even harder for them to hear – especially if things had […]

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Professional Presence in Law Firms: What Does it Look Like?

March 17, 2016

The topic of professional presence often comes up when we are discussing an open position with a hiring manager. Over the past 20 years, we have interviewed thousands of candidates in searching for the right talent for our clients. Finding great talent is one of the most rewarding parts of my job, but unfortunately, each […]

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