An experienced trial attorney, executive recruiter and author, Todd Moster is the guiding force behind Moster Legal Placement, Inc., a legal search and consulting company based in Los Angeles, California (http://www.mosterlegal.com). An executive recruiter since 1998, Todd has worked with thousands of job seekers and prepared hundreds for their job interviews. He also runs the highly regarded Interview BootCamp® program (http://www.mosterlegal.com/
With the recent release of the Second Edition of his book, “The Underground Guide to Job Interviewing,” Todd continues his effort to make his job interview strategies available to the general public. The Second and Expanded Edition of his Amazon Top 10 Best Seller in the Job Hunting category covers additional areas suggested and requested by readers of the First Edition. It also includes a separate Interview Preparation & Practice Guide with sample interview questions designed to sharpen the job candidate’s presentation skills.
A 1982 graduate of UCLA School of Law, Todd worked as a Deputy District Attorney for the Kern County District Attorney’s Office, where he prosecuted hundreds of cases, served as a member of the Career Criminal Prosecution Unit and managed a branch office. Upon entering private practice in 1987, he represented clients in the areas of business, real estate and employment litigation and became a Partner at a well-regarded Los Angeles law firm. Todd has tried numerous jury matters to verdict, and presided over Small Claims and Traffic cases as a Judge Pro Tem.
Todd’s company recruits and finds jobs for attorneys, paralegals and other high-level professionals in the legal field, working with both law firms and the legal departments of large companies. He’s placed attorneys at nearly all levels of experience, from General Counsels and Associate General Counsels in corporations to law firm Partners and Associates. His company additionally provides contract attorneys and other professionals to law firms and companies for temporary assignments.
Todd has also worked in documentary television, including as a writer for a popular History Channel show. He lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife Roxanne and their rescue dog, Max.