Freelance Writing Environmental Law Jobs

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Check out a sample of the 40 copywriting jobs posted below:

Can a spinal injury from a car accident cause arthritis?
Blog Post
Legal
1050 words

A spinal injury from a car accident can cause arthritis, we would like a blog highlighting this o...

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Can a spinal injury from a car accident cause arthritis?
Blog Post
Legal
1050 words

A spinal injury from a car accident can cause arthritis, we would like a blog highlighting this o...

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Decatur 3m Lawsuit & What You Need To Know
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

We have a joint civil suit being file against a maufacturing company in Decatur, AL for water con...

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what is an electric scooter?
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

what is a scooter? what is the history?  what are the types/varieties/categories of scooter?   

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What is the history of e-bikes?
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

what is an e-bike?  when/where were they invented?  when/how did they become popular?

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Car Accident in Austin
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

Please write a blog about car accidents in Austin. Please write a blog about car accidents in Aus...

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Why do I need a copy of my official collision report after a car accident?
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

Please write a blog post on why you should obtain a copy of the official police report after a ca...

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Can TBI cause early onset Alzheimer's?
Blog Post
Legal
1050 words

November is National Alzheimer's Month and we are wanting an article on how TBI can cause early o...

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SIDS Awareness
Blog Post
Legal
975 words

October is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Awareness Month, we would like a blog highlighting...

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Breast Cancer Awareness
Blog Post
Legal
1505 words

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we would like a blog highlighting this on our website.

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Hispanic Heritage Month
Blog Post
Legal
1450 words

Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15th to October 15th, we would like a blog highlighting...

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Self Care Awareness Month
Blog Post
Legal
1395 words

September is Self Care Awareness Month, we would like a blog highlighting this on our website.

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Press Release for Konstance De Oliveira
Press Release
Legal
200 words

Lawyer was mentioned in a buzzfeed article. Want to build on this momentum by releasing something...

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Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney
Web Page
Legal
5750 words

We want some content for a home page that can rank  '   Receiving a first offense DUI in Cali...

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We are better together [PRIORITY ORDER]
Press Release
Legal
300 words

This is a priority order requested and paid for by the customer. Please note the accelerated dead...

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Better Together
Press Release
Legal
400 words

We are merging our firms Lee Law, LLC and Roenbaugh Schwalb and would like a press release that w...

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Cole v Burns
Blog Post
Legal
1285 words

Cole v Burns is a very important and big case and we would like a blog highlighting this on our w...

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Behavior Changes are a Sign of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

Our client is an attorney who focuses on helping victims of nursing home abuse and neglect. Chang...

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Falls are a Sign of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

Our client is an attorney who focuses on helping victims of nursing home abuse and neglect. Falls...

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About Us
Web Page
Legal
450 words

Our law firms are merging and we need someone to write an about us page for our website. I would ...

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Boykin v Family Dollar
Blog Post
Legal
1285 words

There was a race discrimination case against Family Dollar, we would like a blog highlighting thi...

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Boykin v Family Dollar
Blog Post
Legal
1340 words

There was a race discrimination case against Family Dollar, we would like a blog highlighting thi...

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# Things Nursing Homes Are Not Allowed to Do
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

Please outline various things (behaviors, actions, etc.) nursing homes are not allowed to do, foc...

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Back to School Safety
Blog Post
Legal
1230 words

With school approaching and there being alot of safety concerns for the students, we would like a...

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Rent a Center West v Jackson
Blog Post
Legal
1285 words

There was a race discrimination case against Rent a Center, we would like a blog highlighting thi...

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Adrian Houser v Brewers
Blog Post
Legal
1230 words

Houser wanted more money from the Brewers so he took it to court, we would like a blog highlighti...

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Southwest v Saxon
Blog Post
Legal
1175 words

Saxon sued Southwest airline because she believed ramp supervisors were not getting paid proper o...

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Protect your rights when you're in an accident
Blog Post
Legal
2050 words

Discuss things like not talking to the insurance company, not admiting fault, etc. Take pictures....

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NFL urges closed arbitration for Black coaches’ discrimination case
Blog Post
Legal
1120 words

Right now there is a discrimination case going on in the NFL with 3 black coaches, we would like ...

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July is National Ice Cream Month
Blog Post
Legal
1065 words

July is National ice cream month. Since there was the Listeria outbreak in Blue Bell, we would li...

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Personal Injury Timeline
Blog Post
Legal
1450 words

We are looking to rank organically for the key phrase "Personal Injury Timeline" to provide searc...

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Topic: Weight Loss is a potential sign of nursing home abuse and neglect
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

- Overall theme with blog posts: Cases of nursing home abuse and neglect and similar kinds of e...

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Geico to pay woman $5.2m who caught STD having sex in car
Blog Post
Legal
955 words

Geico is having to pay a woman who caught an STD while having sex in a car with the insurer, we w...

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Morgan v Sundance
Blog Post
Legal
955 words

Morgan v Sundance is an arbitration case, we would like a blog highlighting this on our website.

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DUI Consequences & How to Recover
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

Please write content talking about what happens short term and long term after recieving a DUI. P...

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Can officers directors or managers be held personally liable for flsa claims
Content Tune-Up
Legal
1130 words

See instructions below and here is the blog post: https://thecampbelllawgroup.com/can-officers-di...

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Arbitration vs. Litigation Provisions in Contracts
Blog Post
Legal
950 words

Practical tips to consider when choosing arbitration vs. litigation in contracts -This should inc...

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Changes in who owns nursing home facilities and how that impacts care
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

On April 20, 2022, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced "actions to promot...

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Southern Baptist Convention Tragedy
Blog Post
Legal
995 words

With all of the news media talking about Southern Baptist Convention, we would like a blog highli...

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Use of mental health evaluations in custody disputes (and custody evals).
Blog Post
Legal
900 words

Kirk:  We already have this law here in CT.  We use it in custody disputes to assist the court in...

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Creating your optimal profile in Legal writing

Your profile is your chance to make an excellent first impression with potential clients. When creating your profile, be sure to highlight your legal writing experience and skills. You should also include any relevant credentials or education in the legal field. If you have a strong portfolio of previous work, be sure to showcase it prominently on your profile.

If you're new to legal writing, don't worry. You can still create a strong profile by highlighting any relevant experience you have in other areas of writing. Clients are looking for well-written content, so be sure to showcase your skills and abilities in your profile.

How to create long-term relationships with Legal clients on Scripted

Once you've landed a few legal writing jobs, it's essential to build long-term relationships with your clients. The best way to do this is to deliver high-quality work that meets or exceeds their expectations. If you can create a strong rapport with your clients and become a trusted member of their team, you'll be more likely to win future work.

You can also build long-term relationships with clients by responding appropriately to their needs and requests. If a client asks for a revision, turn it around as quickly as possible. If they have feedback on your work, take it on board and use it to improve your writing. Showing that you're flexible and willing to work with clients will help you build strong, lasting relationships.

The Benefit of SmartMatch for Legal writers on Scripted

Scripted's SmartMatch system is an excellent way for legal writers to find the best-fit jobs for their skills and experience. When you apply for a Scripted writer account, you'll be asked to detail your experience so that we can match you with the right jobs.

You can also use SmartMatch to find legal writing jobs outside of your usual area of expertise. For example, if you're a legal writer specializing in contract law, you can use SmartMatch to find corporate law or tax law job openings. This is a great way to broaden your horizons and expand your legal writing skills.

SmartMatch is a job alert system that allows you to search for jobs and see the job title, pay rate, and other data before you claim projects. Simply check your email to see the latest job alert that matches your skills and claim projects directly from your inbox.

How to create pitches to win Legal jobs

Once you've found a few legal writing jobs you're interested in, you can start crafting your pitches. When writing your pitch, be sure to address the client's needs and requirements directly. Show them that you have a strong understanding of the legal issue at hand and explain how you can help them write content that is clear, concise, and easy to understand.

If you have any previous experience writing about the same or similar legal issues, be sure to mention it in your pitch. This will give the client confidence that you're the right person for the job. Finally, be sure to proofread your pitch carefully before sending it off. Typos can be a big turn-off for potential clients, so double-check your work.

By following these tips, you'll be on your way to landing legal freelance writing jobs that are a good fit for your skills and experience. With a bit of effort, you can build strong relationships with clients and become a trusted member of their team.

Set Prices Your Knowledge and Experience Deserve

When you pitch an idea on Scripted, you get to set a price that you believe is fair to the client and your experience. Clients can even send you an additional tip to reward you for excellent work.

Every project has a minimum price that ensures writers get paid a fair amount. You always control how much you charge, but the minimum prevents writers from drastically undercutting each other for jobs.

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Manage All of Your Clients From One Dashboard

As a freelance writer, staying organized can be a big challenge. As a Scripted writer you can manage all your customers, jobs, and pitches in one dashboard so you know what to prioritize and what stage every job is in. Each job is placed in one of these four stages:

  • Proposals – pitches that clients are still considering.
  • Writing – assignments with upcoming deadlines.
  • Editing – projects in the editing stage before they get sent to clients.
  • Ready for Review – jobs now in clients' hands ready for acceptance.

You can also use the Scripted dashboard to manage your Writer Portfolio, writing samples, payments, and job invitations.


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Scripted has a support staff of professionals waiting to address your issue as quickly as possible. Just reach out to Scripted Support to get your question answered. You'll get a friendly, helpful response ASAP.

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Can I apply to Scripted from my country?

Right now, Scripted is only accepting applications from the US and Canada. In March 2021, we'll be opening up to Europe. We intend to continue opening up the application process to the rest of the world throughout the year, so be sure to check back with us often!

What happens if my application is accepted?

You'll receive an email from us notifying you of the results and welcoming you aboard! From there, we'll help you with getting started on the platform, updating your portfolio and matching you with clients. In March 2021, all newly accepted writers will be required to attend a webinar on best practices on the platform. From there, you're free to start working on content and earning money!

Can I re-apply if my application was not accepted?

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I'm curious about something else not listed here!

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