Content for Legal Web Sites

Good content can often be used across different media. These companies can help you create that content.

  • Berners Marketing provides exclusive legal content for law firms. With an editorial team of 15 specialist solicitors and barristers, they provide a regular supply of topical marketing materials for use in websites, newsletters, e-newsletters and social media. All articles are edited to be internet-ready and SEO optimised, allowing a firm's website to be found easily. They offer a range of ‘postcode exclusive’ legal content for business clients and private clients. For niche law firms they also provide a bespoke ghost-writing and copy editing service on subjects as diverse as share schemes, intellectual property and immigration for entrepreneurs.

  • Big Star Copywriting have worked for many legal firms from all corners of the industry including 1st Claims, James Burfield Law, Riverview Law, BCL Legal, MASS Training and others. They provide high quality content - blogs, articles, web pages etc - at affordable rates. They carry out extensive research before completing each project to ensure the accuracy of the information they provide and are active to provide the right "tone of voice" for the particular target audience.

  • Conscious Solutions - run by David Gilroy, provides up to 150 pages of professionally written content for firms websites. Also available for firms with commercial clients are "Directors' Briefings", a series of 70 four-page briefings that cover key issues of concern to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Also available are "Start-up Briefings" which is a series of 20 four-page briefings that cover the core business issues of interest to start-up firms.

  • Employment Law Services Ltd owned by leading employment law barrister Daniel Barnett supplies and distributes own-branded employment law bulletins for solicitors' firms to help them generate work and attract new clients. The bulletins are individually branded for the solicitors' firm and the content can be changed or added to before any bulletin is sent out. All the nitty gritty work in maintaining the email lists is handled by Daniel's team. They will give you a free six-month trial (subject to conditions) if you contact them and say you read about the bulletin service here.

  • Moore Legal Technology, based in Glasgow, is an information technology and communication consultancy set up by Stephen Moore, with services designed for law firms of all shapes and sizes. In particular, they offer a content provision service, designed to provide up to date content for a firm's website, bulletins and newsletters.

  • Morgan Legal Content is led by solicitor Andrew Morgan. It works closely with individual law firms across the UK and Ireland to provide customised online and offline content. In addition to practical guidance on expanding website content, services include blog writing, website reviews/health checks, content strategy advice, thought leadership commentary and production of client guides and handbooks.

  • Words4Business has supplied "firm to client" communications for law firms across the UK since 2000 using their team of retained court reporters and experienced editors. They are also suppliers of the Legal RSS high quality legal newsfeed and business development automation for law firms, saving firms time and costs from day 1. Their products enable a firm to provide up to date content and a powerful marketing system without needing to provide a new website. The Legal RSS system includes automated management of social networking, multiple sites, instant enewsletter creation and multi-level user control. See alsoJoe Reevy's article: Crosselerator™ – solving the cross-referral problem

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