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TRU Staffing Partners Receives Two Hall of Fame Awards in 2018 Best of Legal Times Reader Rankings

Company recognized as Best Legal Recruiter, Best Legal/Litigation Support Staffing Agency and Best Legal Outplacement/Career Transition Provider in the District of Columbia

TRU Staffing Partners, an award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in cybersecurity, e-discovery and privacy, today announced that the company has received a first-place ranking in the Legal Outplacement/Career Transition Provider category and has also ranked in the top three in both the Best Legal Recruiter (not D.C.-based) and the Best Legal/Litigation Support Staffing Agency in D.C. in the 2018 Best of Legal Times Reader Rankings Survey.

In addition, the company was recognized for placing in the Top 3 in its Hall of Fame Listing for two categories – Best Legal Recruiter (not D.C.-based) and Best Legal/Litigation Support Staffing Agency in D.C.

This was the eighth annual Best of Legal Times Reader Rankings survey and gives the Washington legal community the opportunity to acknowledge those they believe to be the best providers of products and services in their market. This marks the seventh year TRU has been nominated in this survey and the sixth year the company came in first place.

“The Washington D.C. legal community is continuously growing and evolving with new roles and more opportunities saturating the market year-over-year,” states Jared Coseglia, founder and CEO of TRU Staffing Partners. “We are honored to consistently be recognized and now distinguished with the Hall of Fame designation, by the incredibly talented professionals in this geography. TRU takes great pride in making a meaningful impact on the lives and careers of the professionals we represent, and this award is a generous reflection of the D.C. community valuing our contributions. We want to encourage more people across the country to consider Washington D.C. as a future home, as there continues to be a surplus demand for privacy attorneys, e-discovery professionals and security experts in this region.”

The full survey results are available in a special supplement to the National Law Journal and can be found here.

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