Media Coverage specialises in providing law news articles that are targeted at clients rather than other solicitors. The stories are written in a quality newspaper/BBC style, which ensures they’re easy for clients to read while remaining thorough and authoritative. We concentrate on the latest developments and court cases to ensure you are always up to date.
The articles are ready for you to post on your website or use in your newsletters and social media feeds exactly as they are, but of course, you can also add your own comments if you wish to personalise them and establish yourself as an authority on the subject. In fact, we recommend that you do this because it helps to cement your name in the minds of your clients and potential clients.
Choose how many articles to take
We can supply you with several articles every month covering all the latest developments and court cases across most areas of law covered by High Street firms. You can take as few or as many as you like.
Law News Articles can help you to attract clients to your website. The problem is that most lawyers are too busy with their caseload to produce the constant flow of articles needed.
We can help by providing you with professionally written articles at minimal cost.
We supply several monthly article feeds, covering general commercial and private client services, together with single subjects such as employment, family, commercial property, residential, personal injury and clinical negligence, debt and insolvency, company law and many more. You can take as few or as many articles as you like across the spectrum.
Private Client Law News Articles
Our Private Client Law News Articles cover subjects relating to services such as wills and probate, trusts, matrimonial and cohabiting, family, buying and selling a home, personal injury, clinical negligence, employment, inheritance, litigation, lasting power of attorney, living wills, professional negligence. More information about our Private Client articles
Commercial Client Law News Articles
Our Commercial Client articles cover subjects relating to services such as commercial property, company law, contracts, commercial litigation, landlord and tenant, commercial law, employment, buying and selling a business, disputes, professional negligence, licensing, development. More information about our Commercial Client articles
Employment Law Articles
Our Employment Law articles cover a range of subjects that are relevant to both employers and employees. This could include anything from changes in the law to information about recent or ongoing court cases. More information about our Employment Law articles
Family Law Articles
Our Family Law articles cover subjects like divorce settlements, cohabitation agreements, mediation, pre-nups, disputes over children, parental child abductions, child protection, adoption and many more. More information about our Family Law articles
How are our articles written?
All our articles start with key points and summaries from solicitors, barristers and subscription services such as Lawtel. They are then written up in BBC style English by our experienced journalists and copywriters. Our writers have worked for the BBC, ITN and quality national newspapers, together with several quality marketing agencies.
All articles are checked thoroughly before being sent to you, so you can be sure of their accuracy.
All Media Coverage services are competitively priced while retaining the highest standards. We offer various packages but prefer to tailor our services to your firm’s individual needs so you get the best possible value of money. Please contact us so we can discuss how we can best help you.
Alterations and Amendments
The articles are all sent to you as Microsoft Word documents. You can alter them as you wish to highlight a particular service within your firm or to include your particular view on a subject. However, most of our clients use them exactly as we send them.
Exclusivity of Material
When you subscribe to one of our Law News Article services, we won’t supply the same material to any other firm in your area. We would normally define your area by postcode (to be agreed).