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8 Best Suggestions To Help You Get Remote Freelance Legal Writing Jobs

Legal writing can be an extremely lucrative industry to work in. There are hundreds and thousands of freelance writers in the world, but most writers are not knowledgeable about legal matters. Since there are so few people in this industry, new writers have an easier experience finding projects and getting started. To find work, new writers should use the following tips.

  1. Network
  2. Networking is the name of the game when it comes to writing. Any business contact, fellow lawyers or other writers may be able to recommend potential projects, so freelancers should keep their eyes and ears open for potential leads.

  3. Create a Website
  4. One of the main ways to reach out to clients is to use a website. Writers can blog about specific legal issues and include ways for clients to hire them. In addition, the website can serve as an online portfolio.

  5. Start Small
  6. Most clients want to hire a writer who has experience and positive reviews. Due to this, newbies need to start with smaller projects as they build up their career. Once they have the experience needed, they can start to go after bigger projects.

  7. Try Bidding Sites
  8. There are a number of different websites designed for freelancers. On these sites, writers can bid on projects and find potential clients. Since many clients on these sites offer very low pay, the writer will need to do their research before accepting a potential project. Despite this drawback, bidding sites are still a great way to find new clients.

  9. Look for Legal Websites
  10. To get a job in this field, writers can always go directly to the website they want to write for. Often, smaller firms need writers and have no clue where to look for them. Legal writers can search for firms in their area that need a blog or extra writing help. In addition, writers can e-mail legal sites directly to see if they need any work completed.

  11. Create a Portfolio
  12. When working remotely, writers do not have the benefit of interviewing and working with the client in person. To show their talent, the writer needs to create a portfolio of their best work.

  13. Try Job Boards
  14. There are job boards online that cater exclusively to freelancers. On any of these job board websites, writers can network with clients and find new projects. It may take some time to sign up for the job boards, but it is worth the effort.

  15. Create Business Cards
  16. Although the writer may not meet up with clients in person, they can still network with the people around them. A business card is a great way to look like a business professional. It should include all of the writer's contact information so that clients can easily reach them when they need help.


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    August 28, 2014 | (10 ) Comments

  • Very helpful for starters in a freelancing, but also good for advanced writers!

    September 5, 2014 | (10 ) Comments

  • Great tips from professionals! Good to see so many updates!

    November 19, 2014 | (10 ) Comments

  • Great ideas using which you'll never get down! Very useful for writers to get their skills prepared to freelance career.

    December 15, 2014 | (10 ) Comments

Expand Your Job Search and Add More Sources to Your List of Freelance Writing Resources

Keep your source list updated and continue expanding your search options. Sometimes writers are not able to land good writing jobs because they don’t expand where they look. In many cases good jobs are not advertised. You need know where to look and who to get in touch with when it comes to reputable sources with writing job leads. Great writers will know where to go to get work. This means your resource list should be diverse with leads in different niches. You should have an idea of which niches and writing jobs are in demand and those that offer lucrative earnings on a regular basis.