Legal blog contributor
The Legal Compass blog is read mainly by legal and other professionals. We analyse each topic in a robust, thoughtful way, bringing new perspectives, suggestions or questions to the legal discussion. Our approach is what makes our blog different. To achieve a high standard of work, we peer-review all pieces internally or externally, either with experts, legal practitioners or senior students (LLM, PhD). The Editorial Board assigns each article to one Editor, and the Head Editor does the final stage review.
As a minimum, our contributors must contribute 4 pieces per year, pro-rata. We permit Guest Authors to make contributions but cannot guarantee that their contribution will be subject to the same publishing timeline as regular contributors. Contributions have a maximum word limit of 1500 words. To view our Publishing Guidelines, please download the form on the left. To contribute, please download the Contributor Form and return it to Mr Panayiotis Vassilas (Head Editor) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Career development author
As a career development author, you will be writing short blog posts (maximum 800 words) for either or all of the career development pages. You will be contributing to the career development guides and will be working closely with the Marketing team and the career coach, Gwyn Day.
If interested, please download and fill the application form and return it to Mr Panayiotis Vassilas (Head Editor) at email@example.com
Are you a first or second-year Law student or a student looking to get into the legal profession? Are you diligent, good with social media marketing and have at least two hours per week to spare on new and exciting projects? Join our marketing team!
Marketing editors get exclusive events with our career coach, Gwyn Day and part-take in exciting opportunities such as business competitions.
If interested, please download and fill the application form and return it to Ms Maedeh Bahari (Head of Marketing) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marketing editor form