The National Law Review is hiring!

national law review hiringThe National Law Review is one of the highest volume online-legal publications in the country. Founded in 1888, the National Law Review revolutionize publishing and this cutting-edge tradition continues today. We’re looking for an executive assistant project coordinator and a web content specialist to join our team. Below is a brief summary of the positions. For more information and to apply, go to the career page on our website.

Executive Assistant Project Coordinator (part-time – Western Springs, IL – partially remote)

The National Law Review publishes articles and regulatory alerts from the nation’s premier law firms, law schools, regulatory agencies and professional associations and we also cross promote several legal and other professional events per month. We are one of the highest volume legal websites in the United States and we are looking for an office coordinator to help keep all the things we have going on moving forward and to provide exceptional client-focused and proactive service for both internal and external clients.

Job description

  • We work with very large law firms so you must have an incredible eye for detail and be a consummate professional.
  • We’re a website – so excellent computer skills are non-negotiable. Need demonstrable proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Office 365, Google Drive, Quick Books and Constant Contact and a CRM system. You MUST have these skills coming in the door and have used them recently.
  • Strong organizational skills, self-motivation, resourcefulness and a positive, can-do attitude. Wonderful communication skills, both written and oral with both team members and clients.
  • Capacity to manage multiple concurrent projects and work well under pressure, adapt quickly, to changing requests, have pride in your work and get along with others.

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Web Content Specialist (part-time – Western Springs, IL – mostly remote)

The National Law Review publishes articles and regulatory alerts from the nation’s premier law firms, law schools, regulatory agencies and professional associations and we also cross promote several legal and other professional events per month. We are one of the highest volume legal websites in the United States and we are looking for an additional publication specialist who will format, classify and upload articles, videos and events, relating to business legal news. We publish around the clock, so we have flexibility in scheduling but require a minimum of a three day a week commitment.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Upload, format and classify legal news articles, videos and events and create new author profiles as needed.
  • Develop and send daily subject area email newsletters.
  • Maintain and update contacts in bulk email system.
  • Work with other team members to further develop website and add additional features and content to website.
  • Other duties as may be assigned.

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A group of in-house attorneys developed the National Law Review on-line edition to create an easy to use resource to capture legal trends and news as they first start to emerge. We were looking for a better way to organize, vet and easily retrieve all the updates that were being sent to us on a daily basis.In the process, we’ve become one of the highest volume business law websites in the U.S.

Today, the National Law Review’s seasoned editors screen and classify breaking news and analysis authored by recognized legal professionals and our own journalists. There is no log in to access the database and new articles are added hourly.

The National Law Review revolutionized legal publication in 1888 and this cutting-edge tradition continues today.