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Expert Analysis

In addition to our breaking and daily news coverage, the Analysis section of The Lawyer’s Daily features contributed guest articles from leading practitioners in a full range of practice areas.
While much of the content found in this section is derived from regularly scheduled contributors, we review unsolicited pitches and submissions on an ongoing basis.
Topics can be practice- or industry-specific … but most importantly we are looking for concise, thought-provoking and original writing. Although articles can have a scholarly focus, they should be written with a business audience in mind.

Article Submission Guidelines:

  • The article must cover an issue of current interest to a legal and business audience (e.g., cases, legislation, policies, deals, trends, debates).
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  • The article should be between 600 and 1,500 words.
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  • If cases are referred to, the full citation should be included.
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  • We reserve the right to edit articles for spelling, grammar and punctuation, length and tone as needed to fit our website style.

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If you like to write on a regular basis and want to be considered as a columnist for The Lawyer’s Daily, please let us know. We look for writers from all areas of the legal profession and encourage diversity.