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Articles & Web Content

Timely, well-written news which is of interest to clients and prospective clients will help your firm maintain and enhance its reputation as being plain-talking, on the ball and client- centred – key attributes for driving practice growth and profitability. We can help you keep your website up to date with articles designed to drive in instructions, for less than the price of an hour of partner time a month.

Our Clients

We have written for law firms since 2001 and have written almost exclusively for the legal market since 2004. To see what they think about working with us, check out our LinkedIn profile.  http://uk.linkedin.com/in/joereevy.

- Oyez Straker Stat Plus (we supply newsletters for law firms)

Conscious Solutions Ltd (we supply legal news and content libraries)

LegalMedia (we supply content for client newsletters) www.legalmedia.co

- Employment Law Essentials (we supply their content distribution platform) http://www.eleonline.com/

- Jellyfish Legal (content for RSS feeds)

Today we supply material to more than 400 firms, from Top 100 firms to sole practitioners, either directly or in partnership with suppliers such as those above.

Non-legal businesses for whom we have written on legal topics include:

- Sage plc

- www.emplaw.co.uk

- Lloyds Banking Group

- HSBC Bank

- McIntyre Hudson Chartered Accountants

- BT Cellnet

- Practice Track

- PeaPod

- Best Practice Group plc.

- Zurich Insurance

- Abbey plc.

- SiteScope plc.

- SouthWest England RDA

- ICAEW Solicitors Group

- Leading legal journals throughout the English-speaking world (over 100 articles)

- Numerous B2B websites, journals and 'e-zines'

- LawZone

- Cognito Software Ltd

- Chartered Developments

- Sun Finance and Leasing

“I would like to say how pleased we are at Longmores with the content of the articles prepared by you on behalf of Consious Solutions. They are always informative and easy to read, which is how we try to present technical issues to our clients.”

Richard Horwood
Partner, Longmores Solicitors


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