If you need legal content for your website or blog, you’ve probably realized that finding an affordable, reliable, and skilled legal writer is really difficult.
We know this because we spent years churning through freelance writers and third-party legal content writing services as we sought to deliver consistent, accurate, and timely content to drive our client’s SEO and content marketing initiatives.
While our experiences with the legal content writers we worked with in the past were certainly not all bad, we ultimately decided that we could offer our clients a more consistent and quality product, while also being able to respond more adeptly to specific feedback and requests, if we built our own in-house team of law content writers. So that’s what we did.
Our legal content team is available to fulfill your legal content needs on an ongoing or a la carte basis. We are equipped to handle a wide range of legal content types, from legal blog commentary to legal practice area pages, and comprehensive legal guides.
We built a team of talented, reliable, and responsive legal content writers so that you don’t have to.
Critically, when you hire Juris Digital’s legal content team you don’t just get content; you get content that is backed by decades of combined legal marketing and SEO experience. Every piece of content you get from us will deliver value for your firm, not just fodder for your blog.
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FAQs: Juris Digital’s Legal Content Writing Services
What types of legal content do you offer?
Whatever you are looking for! Including (but not limited to):
- Blog posts (of all shapes and sizes)
- Evergreen legal articles
- Practice area pages
- Comprehensive guides (web + PDF)
- Press releases
- Guest articles
- Newsletter copy
- Ad copy
How much does it cost?
We don’t believe in one size fits all solutions, so we’ll need to know more about your content needs before we can give you an accurate cost estimate. What we can tell you is that we do not pretend or try to be the cheapest solution for legal content writing. Rather, we prioritize delivering quality legal content that drives positive business outcomes.
How fast can you deliver?
The speed with which we can turn around legal content depends almost entirely on the type of content required. For instance, a best in class, 2,500 word practice area page is going to require more time than a 500 word press release. In general, we understand that timelines matters, and will work with you to meet whatever deadlines are required.
Who writes the content?
Our entire team of legal content writers are attorneys or legal professionals with 2+ years in the industry. All of our writers go through extensive readability and SEO training, and all content is edited by barred attorneys. You can meet our full team of law content writers below.
What if I don’t know what kind of content I need?
While many of the folks who hire Juris Digital for legal content know exactly what they are looking for, others need guidance as to where they should prioritize their content efforts.
When you hire Juris Digital’s legal content team you aren’t just getting access to high quality legal content; you are also getting access to SEO and digital marketing professionals who can provide strategic advice based on your Firm’s goals.
Who do you work with?
Simply put, we work with folks who need legal web content. That includes:
- Legal service businesses
- In-house marketers
- Solo practitioners
- Small law firms
- Big law firms
- SEO agencies
- Ad agencies
- Business development professionals
We have the most experience working directly with small to mid-sized law firms. However, we also have experience writing legal content at scale for large web-based businesses whose content marketing is driven by topics that require the writer to have a deep understanding of legal research, writing, and editing.
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Meet Juris Digital’s Team of Legal Content Writers
We are so proud of this team of writers. They are true professionals who take pride in delivering exceptional work time and again. If you hire us to help with your legal content marketing, these are the competent hands you’ll be in.
Jessame Reyes, J.D.
Jessame Reyes is an attorney in Salt Lake City, Utah. She graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 2009. Jessame is passionate about legal writing and has spent many years working for the Utah Court of Appeals as a judicial law clerk. She also has experience in family law and digital marketing compliance. Jessame has a talent for both writing and editing. She has a broad-based legal background and has written on topics across the spectrum of civil, criminal, and administrative law. Jessame enjoys reading, going to the theater, and traveling. Disney World is her “happy place.”
Kirin McKenna, J.D.
Kirin McKenna is a California-based private practice attorney in the Bay Area. Her practice focuses on estate planning, estate administration, probate, family law, and business law. Prior to law school and passing the California bar, she worked in design and development within the clothing and furniture industries. She has written for online fashion publications and online legal publications, and enjoys melding her love of writing with her myriad of interests. In her free time, Kirin loves traveling the world and spending time with her family and dog, Frannie, while exploring the beautiful beaches and forests near her home.
Megan Douglah, J.D.
Megan Douglah received her bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Oklahoma State University and later went on to graduate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She is currently an attorney in Denver, Colorado and enjoys using her legal background to help create valuable content for Juris Digital clients. When she’s not working, you can find her checking out the Denver food scene, catching a concert at Red Rocks, or trying to keep her three dogs entertained.
Daniel is a legal content writer for Juris Digital. Born and raised in Tacoma, Washington, Daniel was an environmental compliance specialist in the aerospace manufacturing industry before he attended law school in the Netherlands. At the University of Groningen, he completed an LL.B. in International and European Law, and an LL.M. in International Commercial Law. As a student, Daniel tutored first-year law students in the International and European Law program. Drawing on his expertise in comparative law, Daniel has since acted as a guest lecturer in consumer protection law for Austral University in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Daniel is passionate about teaching, advocating for marginalized communities, and social justice. In his spare time, he is an avid backpacker, surfer, cook, and football referee.
Jennifer Babisak is a Legal Writer at Juris Digital. She has more than a decade of writing and editing experience for industry-leading corporations, small businesses, and non-profits, including law firms, energy sector consultants, and higher education institutions. Her work has been published in dozens of national and international magazines, newspapers, and websites. Her legal writing specialties include personal injury and maritime law, where she enjoys distilling complex legal principles into readable, actionable language that converts clients. She earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin and is a JD candidate at Loyola University Chicago, focusing on Education Law and Policy.
Robert Moriarty is a Utah-based attorney with an undergraduate degree in philosophy and graduate degrees in theology and canon law. He graduated with highest honors from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. He has spent years writing, most recently as a judicial law clerk for several judges of the Utah Court of Appeals. He has several articles published in academic journals on a variety of legal topics, including one on the liability of backyard beekeepers. His hobbies include origami, fly fishing, and completing crossword puzzles.
Jarrah Ivy, J.D.
Jarrah Ivy received her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration from West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas and later went on to graduate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She is currently an attorney in Denver, Colorado and enjoys using her legal expertise to help create intriguing content for Juris Digital clients. When she’s not working, you can find her going on a hike, walking her three dogs, or watching a Denver Nuggets game.
Francesca is currently a law student living in Charleston, SC. Originally from Miami, FL., she attained her undergraduate degree in Communications from Florida International University in 2016. Having a passion for writing and the law, Francesca appreciates being able to combine both as a legal content writer. When she’s not doing school work or writing, Francesca enjoys cooking, reading non-law related books, and playing with her 3 dogs.
Erin De Santiago
Erin De Santiago has an associate degree in Paralegal Studies, a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, and she also obtained her Certified Paralegal designation. Erin spent over a decade working in the insurance defense industry, handling high-exposure breach of contract and personal injury claims. She also has over a decade of experience in marketing, social media management, and content creation for international tourism brands. Today, Erin uses the knowledge gained in both industries to create legal marketing materials, SEO-optimized blog posts, and website landing pages for law firms around the country.
Claire Calomeris, J.D.
Claire Calomeris is a part time Legal Content Writer at Juris Digital. Claire graduated cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law and went on to earn her LL.M. in Taxation and Certificate in Estate Planning from Georgetown University Law Center. She spent time in the wealth management sector as a Fiduciary Advisor to ultra high net worth clients. Claire has also been published multiple times by the People’s Law Library of Maryland. A Maryland native, Claire enjoys being by the water with her husband, baking with her son, and snuggling with her English Bulldog, Poogan.
Taylor is a part-time legal writer with Juris Digital. He graduated in 2019 with a B.S. in Interactive Media & Entertainment and a minor in History from the Metropolitan State University of Denver. After joining the team, Taylor developed a passion for storytelling and creative writing. He left briefly to pursue his passion, becoming a published poet in the process. Taylor is currently working on his Master’s degree and does freelance web design for travel agencies. In his free time, he maintains a hot pepper garden and obsesses over both data and design.
Emily Hines, J.D.
Emily is a legal content writer at Juris Digital. She recently graduated from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver and is admitted to practice law in Colorado. Previously, Emily earned her MBA from Oklahoma Christian University and BA in Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith. She enjoys writing about business law to help new entrepreneurs and researching complex laws, like cannabis regulation. On the weekends, Emily volunteers caring for dogs at the Dumb Friends League in Denver. She has one rescue dog of her own.
Bryanna Fissori, J.D.
Bryanna is a legal writer at Juris Digital with nearly two decades of content writing and research experience. She is also a professional boxer and MMA fighter who trains and coaches in Denver, Colorado. Writing and fighting may seem like a strange combination, but both speak to her determination and work ethic. Bryanna was born and raised on a dairy farm in Northern California but spent many of her adult years living on the island of Oahu. She has a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Business and loves peanut butter and jelly.
Aaron Strojny, J.D.
I graduated in 2000 from Roger Williams University School of Law and joined the Massachusetts Bar in 2001. I also am a non-practicing member of the Rhode Island and Maine state bar associations as well. I am currently an assistant clerk/magistrate in the Massachusetts Superior Court. I enjoyed a wide variety of experiences in practice including prosecution, criminal defense, civil litigation, and family law. My legal experience provides me with a unique perspective when writing content for clients.
Thomas Patrick, J.D.
Tom is a Legal Content Writer. An active attorney, Tom graduated from Boston College Law School in 2016. After law school, he clerked for Chief Justice Robert J. Lynn of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
Since 2017, he has practiced labor and employment law in the public sector. In his spare time, Tom enjoys mountain climbing, reading, boxing, and traveling.
Dawne DuCarpe, J.D.
Dawne DuCarpe received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Theatre from the State University of New York at Buffalo. After spending ten years raising and homeschooling her three children, she decided to pursue her passion for criminal law and go back to school. After graduating in the top 10% of her class at Barry University School of Law, she began serving in the Public Defender’s Office for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orlando, Florida. She enjoyed an exceptionally high win rate at trial as she protected the criminally accused’s constitutional rights in court daily. She later opened her own practice where she represented both criminal and family law clients. Dawne has since retired from law, but enjoys using her writing talents and legal knowledge to create compelling content for Juris Digital clients. When she’s not working, Dawne enjoys spending time at Florida’s many beaches and Theme Parks with her husband and children.
Tony Chiaramonte, J.D.
Tony Chiaramonte is a New Jersey-based attorney who currently practices in Philadelphia. Originally from the Bay Area, he spent most of his life in Salt Lake City before moving to Philadelphia to attend law school. After graduating from law school, Tony served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Judge Cathy Cochran on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, in Austin, Texas. Tony loves traveling, skiing, camping, and spending time outdoors with his wife, two children, and dog, Whiskey.
Lennee Mozia, J.D.
Lennée Mozia is a Colorado-licensed attorney in the Denver metropolitan area. She received her bachelor’s degree in Literature from Duke University and she graduated from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. Lennée loves writing, researching, and sharing what she has learned with others. Good food, good art, good laughs, and loved ones make Lennée happy.
Patrick R. Smith, Esq.
Patrick Smith has been practicing transactional law since 2000. Throughout that time he has practiced as general counsel to several companies, and lately in solo practice. Prior to the practice of law, Patrick was a businessman in both retail and wholesale ventures. With an entrepreneurial background and decades of business law practice, Patrick brings a unique blend of legal acumen and business practicality to all commercial matters. Patrick lives in Longmont Colorado with his wife, and he has three grown children from a prior marriage. Patrick is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law and is licensed to practice in New York and Colorado and retired in Connecticut.
Cameron is a licensed Texas attorney and has been practicing business law for over nine years. In addition to standard business law matters, Cameron is experienced with cross-border transactions, joint ventures, and employment law issues. In his free time, Cameron enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, lifting weights, and reading.
Meredith A. Simmons, J.D.
Meredith is originally from Southern California, where she developed a deep love of sports and the outdoors. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from UCLA, and bleeds Bruin blue. Meredith obtained her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, and has spent the last 20 years on the east coast, most of them in New York City. She practiced transactional law at major international law firms and served as a general counsel for the better part of two decades before choosing to pursue a personal and professional passion for public health. When she’s not in front of a computer, she’s wrangling her family, riding her horses, or tending to her beloved dogs, Roo and Sunday.
Jim Carroll was a high school social studies teacher before he attend law school in 1992. After graduating from law school, Jim practiced as an attorney for 21 years, including running his own firm for 16 of those years. Jim’s focus was on civil litigation, personal injury, employment law, social security law, and workers’ compensation. In 2016, Jim began writing online SEO content on a freelance basis. He continues to teach and tutor high school students on a part-time basis. Jim has four daughters (2 in high school and 2 in college) that keep him very busy. You can often see Jim and his doggo Lucie walking the trails and parks of Upstate New York.
Nichole graduated from Rutgers University School of Law in 2011. She practiced law for 10 years in New Jersey, first criminal defense and then campaign finance prosecution for the state government. She now works full-time as a legal recruiter. She’s also worked as a bartender since she was 19. Nichole loves hanging out with her cats and her dog Lila, traveling, reading, and roller derby.
David Carnes, J.D.
David Carnes graduated with honors from the University of Kentucky College of Law. After being admitted to the State Bar of California in 1996 he practiced law in the United States, China and Japan. Since 2009, he has published over 4,000 law-related articles on the Internet.