We’re excited to announce the launch of The Legal Writers Bureau, a new venture to help legal businesses produce stronger and more valuable content for their clients.
The Legal Writers Bureau gives law firms and legal companies access to an elite team of award-winning writers and editors who can assist them with an array of content options. The bureau is comprised of top journalists who have written for and edited some of the best-known and well-respected publications in the legal industry, including The American Lawyer, The National Law Journal, The New York Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, Law Technology News, and Law.com, among others.
“The team we have assembled has decades of combined experience cutting through the noise of the internet to engage readers,” said David L. Brown, Good2bSocial’s chief content officer. “Our goal is to help our clients find unique ways to tell their stories and to consult with them on strategies to improve their content efforts,” said Brown, who is the former editor in chief of ALM Media, The National Law Journal, and Legal Times.
The bureau will write short-and long-form articles, blog posts, client alerts, thought leadership pieces, white papers, e-books, and marketing copy. Editors and writers will also help create brochures, annual reports, awards submissions, website and social media pages, biographies and profiles. And the team will provide content strategy and consulting, media relations, and editorial coaching services.
“Through the Legal Writers Bureau, individual attorneys and law firms can work with experienced writers and editors to maximize the impact of their written content. This kind of individualized attention from veteran journalists has not been available before,” said Kris Fischer, a member of the Legal Writers Bureau and the former editor in chief of the New York Law Journal.
Among other top writers joining Fischer and Brown at the bureau are Monica Bay, former editor-in-chief of ALM’s Law Technology News and current Fellow at CodeX: The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, and Anthony Paonita, former editor in chief of the award-winning legal/business trade publication and website Corporate Counsel, and former editor at the National Law Journal.