They don’t. They’re busy. They have work to do, the kind that pays the bills. Granted, everyone knows that you need to market yourself in order to get clients. Those who don’t adapt with the times find themselves falling behind, but really: who has the time to post on social media and write on a regular basis?
That’s where I come in.
For the past three years, I have been working as a legal ghostwriter. I create blog posts and online articles for lawyers and law firms.
Writing for the non-legal masses.
I distill a legal topic to the simplest terms. I find out what questions potential clients may ask and answer them. I’m a recent law graduate, but I haven’t been immersed in the legal industry, so I understand what questions a person without a legal background may ask.