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GUEST BLOGGING FOR ATTORNEYS

Get noticed within our community


Help our readers get the answers they need!


When it comes to legal issues, there’s no end to the questions people have. Here at Enjuris, our audience primarily consists of people who have been in an accident or are helping someone who has been injured. They want to be informed before beginning the claims process or making important decisions such as hiring a lawyer. They are looking for unbiased information that is as complete and reliable as possible.

To provide the answers our readers are looking for, we are now accepting guest blogs, articles and other content from legal experts who can provide useful information to our visitors during this stressful time in their lives.

Are you ready to contribute? We invite you to join our crew of dedicated Contributor and Partner expert attorneys. Continue reading to learn how.


Writing for Enjuris is easy!

When your post is accepted, we reserve the right to edit the submitted piece to bring it in line with the Enjuris voice and guidelines. We will supply the main image and caption for the post.

We take care to ensure that each post is structured to provide a benefit to you while still providing transparency to our readers. We only allow links to your web properties in specific areas of the post such as in the “About the author” section.

Guest blogging requirements
and submission guidelines

  • Must be original and only for publication on Enjuris.com.
  • The topic must be useful to our readers.
  • Should not have a promotional focus, the reader is the first priority.
  • Length: 500-2000 words – whatever it takes to tell the story well!
  • Include links to authoritative sources for any claims, statistics or assertions to support credibility. Links that are determined to be promotional may be removed from the post prior to publishing.


How to submit a guest post to Enjuris

Before you can submit a one-time guest blog or regular posts, there are a few one-time steps you’ll need to complete. It only takes a few minutes and we’re happy to help you get started.

Any contributed content must be associated with a specific law firm listing in our directory. If you are a law firm with multiple contributing lawyers, the contributor bio will specify your law firm, but you may mention individual lawyers as authors informally in the guest post. Feel free to ask us for more details.

Step 1

Sign up to join Enjuris as a Contributor or Partner. Feel free to complete all of the fields by yourself, or get in touch with us so we can help complete your profile for free.

Step 2

. with your story or topic idea. They will provide guidance to refine the topic or approve it.

Step 3

Submit your written article to our editors. At this time there is no particular limit to the number of posts you can submit, so feel free to talk to us about your desired publishing schedule.


Promotional opportunities
for your published content

Your Enjuris attorney or law firm profile will be promoted with your guest post. We also encourage you to link to your Enjuris guest post from your own blog and promote it via your social media channels. Let us know if you have any social media handles so we can be sure to mention you and promote your contribution via our various social media accounts, too!

Additional benefits for Enjuris Partners

Unlock the following benefits by becoming an Enjuris partner today:

  • A custom contributor page with author bio on Enjuris.com (Example)
  • A feature lawyer interview for the Enjuris blog (Example)
  • Priority display in our law firm directory
  • Get leads emailed directly to you via contact form
  • Display your firm in up to 12 practice areas
  • Be featured on up to 12 important pages
  • Connect to your social profiles: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.

FAQ about contributing to Enjuris

Our current pricing to join our national directory at the Contributor level is $99 per month (or $925 per year). This will give you access to publish any number of guest posts on the Enjuris blog.

Our Partner membership level also allows you to contribute to the Enjuris blog, as well as gives you access to a number of premium features and services. Prices for this level are determined on a case-by-case basis depending on your needs and goals. Learn more about our custom plans.

Any contributed content must be associated with a specific law firm listing in our directory. If you are an SEO agency or provide guest posting services on behalf of multiple law firms, you will need to create a Contributor level directory listing for each law firm.

If you are a law firm with multiple contributing lawyers, the contributor bio will specify your law firm, but you may mention individual lawyers as authors informally in the guest post. Feel free to ask us for more details.

Once you are a Contributor or Partner level member, email your story idea to our editors. They will provide guidance to refine the topic or approve it. Then, submit your written article. Acceptance is at the discretion of our editing team, but we will make every effort to work with you on producing content that will benefit our readers. We may edit it to bring it in line with our tone and style at Enjuris. We will add an image, caption and other optimization factors. We also prepare social media posts to promote your guest post. 

Please review our submission guidelines:

  • Must be original and only for publication on Enjuris.com.
  • The topic must be useful to our readers.
  • Should not have a promotional focus, the reader is the first priority.
  • Length: 500-2000 words – whatever it takes to tell the story well!
  • Include links to authoritative sources for any claims, statistics or assertions to support credibility. Links that are determined to be promotional may be removed from the post prior to publishing.

There is no particular limit, but we only accept guest posts by Contributor or Partner level members. Generally, we seek to maintain a balance of contributors in our blog. At this time, up to 4 blog posts per month would be acceptable, though this is at the discretion of our editors. 

As we gain more contributors, that rate may increase. Feel free to talk to us about your desired publishing rate and schedule. As a Contributor or Partner level member, you will also have your own author bio page, which displays all your published content.

Users must keep an active Enjuris directory listing at the Contributor or Partner level in order for their guest blog posts to stay linked to their website. If you have submitted content to our blog, the post will remain live but any link to your profile or website will be removed and you will be unable to contribute further.

If you choose to cancel your paid listing, your law firm will still have a basic (unpaid) listing in our directory, but the features and services associated with a paid membership will become inactive.

Yes, it’s possible to maintain more than 1 paid listing. You can set up as many paid listings as you wish. Please see pricing here.

If you are looking for other ways to help folks who have been injured, here are some ideas on how you can participate to:

  • Reply to folks asking questions on our blog via the comments
  • Share an article by Enjuris on a social network or on your website
  • Use our infographics or forms for injury victims
  • Feel free to pitch us an idea of your own!