Do you have the legal content skills to help Moore Legal Technology succeed? We are one of the UK’s leading online business generation consultancies for the legal sector.
- Job Title: Legal Copywriter
- Primary Location: Glasgow
- Reports to: Laura Gallagher, Legal Content Marketing Manager
- Pay: Project based
- Apply: Please send CV and writing sample (see below for details) to
- Closing Date: 5pm, Friday 11th December 2020
This is the perfect opportunity to work to your own schedule, enhance your CV, fund your legal studies or generate extra income.
The role involves writing legal copy that is specific to our clients’ brand personalities and the services they offer. You will have to structure and edit your content so it appeals not only to search but also (and perhaps most importantly) to the people who will be reading it; all to help our clients generate online enquiries!
If you are interested in a role which curates legal knowledge with writing skills and an interest in online marketing, let’s talk. We’re looking for candidates who have a genuine interest in writing, who think a little differently and are inherently creative. If you think like us, we would love to hear from you.
Any or all of the following, based on the needs of the editorial team:
- Writing content on behalf of our clients in the legal sector to specified deadlines, with correct (but not extensive) legal analysis and clear writing style
- Writing user-friendly content, after all, we are not writing for other lawyers, we are writing for their clients
- Covering a wide range of topics and different jurisdictions, as we have clients in Scotland, England, Ireland and even Australia
- Learning and implementing SEO tactics to your writing
- Self-management of priorities and workload
- Communicating with the Moore Legal Technology content team to receive, and respond to, feedback on work done
Required skills and approach
Having the right attitude will be vital in this role. We are looking for individuals who can work with us to help both our customers’ businesses and our own business grow.
The skills below are desirable but not essential. While all of the following can be learned, it is of critical importance that you are ambitious and eager to deliver content of a high standard:
- Broad knowledge of the law and legal writing
- Ability to clearly and concisely analyse and write about legal issues and concepts in a logical fashion
- Excellent grammar, spelling and general editorial skills
- Good attention to detail
- Able to work to tight deadlines
- IT literate
How do I apply?
This response should be legally informative, easy to read, and show a general understanding of what makes a good online article.
We look forward to speaking to you soon…