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Post a Job Announcement

The Idaho State Bar offers this free job announcement service to law-related employers and employees. Job announcements must be law-related positions, either seeking an employee for a job in the legal profession.


Posting Guidelines:

  • Job announcements cannot exceed 850 characters (including punctuation and spaces).
  • Most job seekers look for information pertaining to salary, responsibilities, location, benefits, and a website address or email address where they can obtain further information.
  • In order to maintain the integrity of the job announcements, please provide your name, firm/organization name (if applicable), and phone number where you may be contacted. The verification information is for ISB use only and will not be included in the posted announcement. Announcements that cannot be verified will not be posted and will be deleted after five business days.
  • Contact information (mailing address, phone number, or email address) must be included. You may also include a website address to provide additional information on the position. Verification information is required and you may be contacted to verify the announcement.
  • When filling out the form, use the tab key to move to the next field. Do not press Enter until the announcement is ready to be posted.

Idaho State Bar staff will review job announcements and will only post announcements meeting outlined criteria. The ISB reserves the right to decline to post any job announcement as deemed appropriate. Announcements will be removed after 30 days. If you would like to make changes to or delete an announcement before 30 days, email Job Announcements or call (208) 334-4500. Include the name of the position, the firm or individual posting the announcement, and the date of posting.

If you have an announcement that does not meet the above criterion, you might consider placing an ad in the Idaho State Bar magazine, The Advocate. For information on advertising in The Advocate, contact Communications Director Lindsey Welfley at (208) 334-4500.


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