Publish Legal News with the National Law Review
Thinking of publishing with the National Law Review?
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. Over 500,000 legal and business professional read the National Law Review each month. If you are interested in publishing with the National Law Review, please click here or call 708-357-3317 ext 700.
What type of content does the National Law Review publish?
|We are looking for well-researched legal analysis or legal news articles that will help educate professionals and consumers interested in emerging legal and business issues. To review the National Law Review's editorial guidelines, please click here.|
|We do not publish press releases, publicity items, court pleadings or legal forms. And since we like to get to know our authors, we are not the best platform for a one-time article publication.|
|We upload and publish our content quickly and around the clock. For each author and organization, we develop an author biography and an organizational profile. Accordingly, we prefer on-going relationships with our authors so we can publish their content swiftly and professionally.|
To maximize the exposure of your thought leadership, the National Law Review:
|Uploads your thought leadership and author profiles into proper HTML, optimizing your content for enhanced Search Engine Optimization.|
|Publishes your thought leadership on a time honored legal publication. New content publishes hourly to our legal news homepage.|
|Broadcasts your thought leadership via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ around the clock. Select publication on the National Law Review's blog, too.|
|Circulates your thought leadership to our 130,000+ legal update subscribers.|
|Distributes your thought leadership to professional associations and other publications through partners such as Google News, MSN, LexisNexis, Thomson West Reuters, Findlaw, BNA, Yahoo News and Bloomberg.|
|Delivers usable, real time data about the readership of your content available on-line.|
How working with the National Law Review impacts you:
|Turnkey – NLR professionals do the formatting and distribution of your content and minimize the work for you.|
|Control – You retain your copyright and control your message, while broadening your reach. Your NLR content integrates seamlessly with your organization's existing branding.|
|Visible – The NLR is one of the widest read on-line legal publications in the U.S. Our goal is for your content to be found quickly by legal consumers looking for your expertise.|
|Measurable – You have real-time, actionable data about your article’s readership through robust online analytics.|
|Immediate - The NLR publishes quality content around the clock. Your organization can edit your content or remove your content at any time.|
|Value – The NLR will fit within your organization’s publication or marketing budget. 95% of our law firm publishers renew their firm's annual publication subscription.|
Want to find out more information about publishing with the National Law Review?
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.
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.
If you are interested in publishing with the National Law Review, please click here or call 708-357-3317 ext 700. To review the National Law Review's editorial guidelines, please click here.
Are you looking to contact a specific National Law Review Team Member? Please click here.
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