July 22, 2014

Submitting Documents to the National Law Review

Thinking of submitting an article for publication?

You’ve invested hours of valuable time doing the research and writing—now let the National Law Review help you reach the right audience at the right time. Thousands of in-house counsel, business executives, insurance professionals, accountants, compliance officers, human resources personnel, and other professionals are searching for expertly written legal analysis—but don’t know where to find you.  

Our database stores and classifies articles by type of law and jurisdiction, allowing legal consumers to quickly locate and access your work. Accordingly, it's one of the best place to include your firm’s newsletter or journal articles, client alerts and blog postings. The text of the article and the author and firm names are searchable by the major search engines. Each document remains in our database for a minimum of two years. The author and firm names are prominently featured along with the author’s biography and hyperlinked contact information; we can also include a photo of the author, the firm’s logo and embedded video.

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What type of material are we looking for?

We are looking for well-researched legal analysis or legal news that will help educate professionals and consumers interested in emerging legal and business issues. 

We do not publish firm press releases or other promotional material. But if you have written an analytical article examining a recent court decision, legal trend, or legislative action, we encourage and welcome your submission for publication consideration. 

Whether through our database or our online magazine, the National Law Review provides an excellent opportunity for your firm to put your name and knowledge in front of thousands of legal consumers who are actively seeking your expertise.

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