Job Board >> Feature Writers for Law Website
|Company Name||Heather Clyde|
|Date Posted||26, Tuesday 2013|
|Listing Type||Hourly Rate|
Do you understand lawyers and law firm culture?
Do you enjoy teaching others how to improve their professional and personal lives?
If the answer is yes, please read on.
Within the next few weeks, we will be launching a new site for lawyers. We are looking for a feature writer (perhaps 2) to provide content for the site on a weekly basis (from 2-6 posts per week – to be negotiated). Note: We are also looking for a blog editor. If interested, please look at that job advertisement as well.
Our site is aimed at helping lawyers to attain their personal and professional goals - there is a lot of scope for different topics including:
Posts will need to be extremely high quality, full of research and lots of examples. Every claim you make has to be backed up by research, test, and evidence. The more practical and fact-driven the better they will be received by readers.
The types of posts we're looking to create each week include:
* Short posts on industry related news, quick how-tos, easily implementable tips, etc. (2-4 a week at 200-300 words).
* Longer posts requiring research (like tutorials), curating information, interviews with legal and business professionals (1-2 a week at 600-800 words).
We will work with our writer(s) on providing topics, but would also encourage the writer to provide ideas. New Yorker style thoughtful posts will be welcome too.
All candidates must have a mastery of English and an understanding of grammar, pronunciation and spelling. The writer should have an excellent ability to organize information in a highly readable format. We're looking for writers who can balance some projects independently with some ambiguity, while also following very specific guidelines in other cases. An attention to detail and ability to deliver on time is a must. Plagiarism will not be accepted.
How To Apply
A brief description of your relevant experience
At least one sample of your writing on the law