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We encourage all practicing lawyers and law professors with something meaningful to say about law practice to submit pitches for us to review using the form below. But …
We will respond to legitimate pitches as quickly as we can.
Lawyerist is an online magazine about law practice. We publish words and videos and other things related to the practice of law that are useful or interesting to practicing lawyers. This is most certainly not limited to technology and marketing, even though those are popular subjects on our pages. We also frequently cover things like ethics, legal writing, practice management, law school, and other subjects relevant to law practice. Above all, we strive to publish unique, compelling content.
A good way to figure out what kind of pitches we want is to actually read the articles on Lawyerist. Just reading the most recent articles should give you a pretty good idea of the sort of thing we are looking for.
As for the pitch itself, give us a detailed summary of the article you intend to write. A working title, the angle or your thesis, and an outline of your post would be helpful, for example. Or a syllabus similar to what you might find on an academic paper. In other words, give us a fairly detailed summary of the article you intend to write.
Finally, we do not want pitches that make it obvious you have not read this page.
We pay 10¢ per published word, excluding quoted material. For posts in other formats (video, for example), we may offer you a different compensation structure.
We require copyright to your article, so that the only place it will be available online and in full will be on Lawyerist. You are, of course, welcome to share an excerpt of your post on your own blog or elsewhere online, with a link back to the post on Lawyerist. We also give you a license to publish your article offline. This means you can distribute your article by email or bundle it with CLE materials, or do whatever else you like with it (except publish it online), as long as you mention Lawyerist.com as the original source.
If we accept your pitch, we will send you a copy of our contract to review.
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