Fox Rodney Appoints Head of New York Office

July 15, 2015 – Fox Rodney Search (FRS) has added Raj Selvadurai as a director to lead the firm’s New York office. He will specialize in international legal executive search and consulting. Mr. Selvadurai is a 15-year veteran of the New York legal market.

He started his career at ALM Media as director of diversity publishing, responsible for titles including The Minority Law Journal and Diversity and the Bar. In 2005, he joined, an online media company which publishes the Vault Top 100 Law Firm Survey, serving as global managing director. Upon the successful sale of in 2007, he moved to a well-known boutique legal search firm, Lateral Link, overseeing partner searches, global marketing and internal recruitment.

Most recently Mr. Selvadurai managed the New York Office of Robert Half Legal, a $7 billion, Fortune 500 staffing company serving BigLaw clients, placing attorneys and legal professionals throughout the New York market.

“Raj’s appointment is an important step for the firm, as we continue to invest in expanding client and candidate service both in New York and around the globe. FRS is committed to assisting elite law firms achieve their strategic growth objectives, and Raj is ideally placed to deliver real results in the New York market,” said Michael Ellenhorn, U.S. managing director for Fox Rodney Search.

Stephen Rodney, CEO of Fox Rodney Search, added: “Raj has held senior level positions in some well-respected organizations and has a proven track record of success. He has developed a network that will be a tremendous boost to both our U.S. and global businesses and will significantly increase our market visibility and bandwidth.”

Fox Rodney Search is a global executive search firm which focuses on the partner, associate and senior in-house legal markets in London, Europe, the Middle East, the U.S. and Asia. Established in 2000, it has offices in London, Paris, New York, Washington, D.C., and is associated with Asia Search Partners in Hong Kong.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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