Placement Service

Since 1985, the RCBA Placement Service has specialized in assisting attorneys in the permanent full-time and part-time placement of all non-attorney legal office support personnel.  The RCBA Placement Service will advertise job openings and pre-screen applicants.  As part of the screening process done by RCBA, each applicant is tested for spelling, grammar, vocabulary, proof reading and keyboard abilities. In addition, confidential screening interviews are conducted and references are checked.  Any individual presented to you for your consideration has undergone this process.

Employers pay 10% of the first-year salary of the hired employee.  RCBA provides a prorated 90-day guarantee on employees you hire using the process.  If the employee terminates for any reason within 90 days of the start of employment, the fee is prorated as follows:  75% within the first 30 days of employment; 50% within 31 to 60 days of employment; and 25% within 61 to 90 days of employment.

Additional Service: If you locate a prospective employee, RCBA will administer the above described tests for a flat fee of $250.00.

For further information, contact Sabina Zeenat, Placement Service Director, at 651-222-0846 or

A Note to our Clients During the COVID-19 Crisis:

During these challenging times, our first priority is maintaining the health and welfare of all. With that in mind, the RCBA Placement Service is adapting to the current situation by conducting  phone screenings, video interviews, and other virtual communications to connect and interview with candidates. We are committed to finding qualified candidates for your firm and help you in every we can to navigate remote staffing and onboarding issues. For more information, please contact Placement Service Director, Sabina Zeenat at 651-789-3752 or email
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