LexBlog is Hiring an Editorial Intern

LexBlog provides custom social media solutions to legal professionals worldwide.
The LexBlog Network is the largest professional blog network in the world,
comprising over 5,500 authors and 800 publications. These publications
combine to produce more than 4,000 posts on a monthly basis. We currently
have an opening for a part-time Editorial Intern.
LexBlog’s Editorial Intern will aid in raising the visibility and credibility of The
LexBlog Network and its authors. Utilizing LexBlog’s current array of
publications—which include http://lexmonitor.com http://kevin.lexblog.com
and htp://www.lexconference.com—the Editorial Intern will work to highlight
the content and authors on the Network through high-level curation, advanced
strategies for syndication and original reporting.
Along with utilizing LexBlog’s current properties, the Editorial Intern will aid in
the development, management and promotion of upcoming projects, to include
advanced social media sites. Where necessary, the Editorial Intern will also aid in
the drafting of a unique brand of copy to appear on LexBlog’s own publications
and the publications of its clients.
The successful candidate will have a rich journalism background, a passion for
social media in a professional or publishing setting and a highly developed and
agile writing skill-set—one that combines traditional AP-style reporting with the
ability to write eloquently in a more conversational tone. They will be self-
motivating and responsible, carrying a strong sense of pride in one’s own work.
Experience in working with media beyond print is advantageous but not
required. Above all, we’re seeking an individual who is passionate about the
future of online publishing and social media’s role within that.
This paid internship is part-time (15-20 hours per week) and may last up to five
months. Interested parties should email their resume, along with two writing
samples and their blog (where applicable) to colin@lexblog.com.
LexBlog is an equal opportunity employer.


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