JNow is a blog that centers around the law, the practice of law, study of law, and all other things related to law and the life of a lawyer. The main writer and founder of this blog is Saul Vannoy. He is an expert in all things law-related and shares many secrets, tips, and information. He also likes to have guest writers write for this blog. Many of the guest writers are experts in their fields and not all of them are lawyers, advocates, or other law professionals. They are sometimes people from completely different fields who offer great insight.
Saul Vannoy invites you to be a guest writer if you have unique, interesting, and relevant subject matter to share. Guest writers go through a screening process before being accepted to keep the content of high quality and relevant to our main focus. Anyone can send in a request to become a guest writer, no matter what your career. If you have something of value to add, JNow will consider you.
How to Apply to Become a Guest Writer
1. Write a sample article of 300 to 350 words on a topic that you feel is relevant and on which you have unique insights or information to share. The article should have good language use, grammar, and spelling. You need not be a professional writer, but you need to be able to write well and make sense.
2. Write a description of your interest or experience in law or law-related fields. This gives us an idea of whether you will be able to offer many articles or just one or two. Guest writers can be long-term, short-term, or sporadic.
3. Send us an email with your article and description attached. In your email, you should indicate what your availability is to work with JNow. In other words, indicate how many hours per week or how many articles per week you will be able to contribute. This will give us an idea of how many writers we need and if we need a rotation schedule.
Once we receive your application, Saul Vannoy and his team reviews your writing and description and makes a decision regarding material, frequency, and quality. They will respond to your application within 3 days with an acceptance, rejection, or request for adjustments.
If your application is accepted, you will go through a short online course on blog writing. The course is presented by Saul Vannoy. You will get to meet him during the course, whether in person or over Skype, to get all your information and to agree on the terms of your acceptance as a guest writer.
If you think that you have good quality insights, advice tips, or information to share, contact us today to apply to become a guest writer. It is a very fulfilling experience and you will get to know some amazing people from the law field.
If you feel that you don’t want to be a guest writer, but have opinions to share, please do so in the comment sections or on the forum. We love hearing from our readers.