Thank you for your interest in contributing to the Expert Articles section of the LawSkills’ website in 2018.

What we do

As a value-add, LawSkills provides articles on a broad range of topics relevant to Private Client practice including recent cases, what’s happening in Parliament, ‘how to’ guides, and much more. These articles are featured on the LawSkills’ website, in social media feeds and in a monthly newsletter which goes out to a growing opted-in audience primarily of PC practitioners.

How we do it

Typically, articles come from a cross-section of experts in their field who offer great advice and provide up-to-the-minute information on a range of private client related subjects. It’s a free service and articles are purely informative or educational and not sales-focused.

Sign me up to contribute articles

If you would like to contribute to the Expert Articles in 2018, please complete this form and we will be in touch.

Length of article

For ease of reading on the web we usually recommend a maximum of 1000 words, between 500-750 is ideal.  The text is best broken up with sub headings, bullet points etc.  Please send over the article in Word or .txt format.

What happens after an article has been submitted?

When an article is sent to LawSkills for review, occasionally there may be editorial amendments suggested. In which case it will be sent back for your approval and following your agreement the article will appear on our website, usually within about 7 days.

Please include a short biography with links to your own website and a jpg image of the author.

How we promote your Expert Article

Following publication of the article this will then be shared on LinkedIn, Twitter and via our regular newsletter which goes out to our opt-in mailing list.  We encourage authors to share these updates with their own audiences too to maximise exposure for both LawSkills and the author.

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Jan-Nov 2016 Average Monthly:

Unique Visitors = 7,161

Visits = 9,075

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Q4 2016 vs. 2015:

Website visits up 9.67%

Website users up 8.88%

Newsletter Subscribers up 63%

(Newsletter subscribers currently stands at just under 2000)