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TRU Staffing Partners, an award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in e-discovery and cybersecurity, today announces the company was ranked as a Best National Legal Recruiter in the Best of the National Law Journal awards 2017. TRU Staffing Partners has been ranked in the top three for five years since the inception of the award in 2012.

The Best of the National Law Journal awards are a readers’ choice ranking of the top legal vendors and law schools nationwide. Thousands of readers took the survey and voted in different categories for firms that they believe provide the best services, products, or education to law firms and corporations.

“After seven years in operation, it remains an honor for TRU to consistently compete and rank alongside legal staffing agencies with decades of history and thousands of recruitment employees. This is a people’s choice award which demonstrates that, despite TRU’s size and age, our impact on the lives and careers of legal professionals has been profound and continues to expand as we deepen and widen our expertise in the legal industry’s most in-demand verticals, e-discovery and cybersecurity,” states Jared Coseglia, CEO and founder of TRU Staffing Partners. “One unique value proposition that distinguishes TRU from any competitors in our niche is our ability to source and deliver this talent on a nationwide level, and we are thrilled to be recognized for the relationships and expertise we bring to the coast-to-coast legal community of the United States of America.”

In previous years, in addition to being recognized by the National Law Journal, the company has received recognition from the Best of Chicago awards, Best of Washington, D.C. awards, and the New York Law Journal awards, among others.

For the complete list of the 2017 Best of the National Law Journal awards and its recipients, go to

In addition, the Best of the Midwest readers’ choice survey voting is currently open at TRU is nominated in categories #86 and #88.

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