“We want to make the LexBlog network valuable for both publishers and readers of legal blogs. For publishers, we want to help them extend their reach to a global audience. For readers, we want to offer as wide a range of content as possible, but curated to make it useful a reader’s specific interests.”

– Robert Ambrogi, LexBlog’s publisher and editor-in-chief and former editor-in-chief of the National Law Journal

LexBlog invites all legal bloggers to participate in a first-of-its-kind network that is making legal information and commentary more accessible in a free and open fashion. By becoming members, legal bloggers will be able to extend the reach of their blog to wider audiences and grow their influence online and offline.

LexBlog is opening membership on its network, which already includes blogs from more than half the AmLaw 100 as well as a diverse array of practitioners, professors, students and legal industry providers, to any legal industry blog world-wide, without cost and without regard to whether the blog is hosted on LexBlog’s publishing platform.

Any legitimate legal blog with an RSS feed qualifies to be included. You need do nothing to set up or maintain your membership, except fill out the brief form below.

All content will be included on LexBlog.com and be curated and displayed as appropriate on the main page, subject pages and law firm/organization pages.

Content will be shared, as appropriate and relevant, across LexBlog social media channels, including Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. In addition, content published through the network receives further exposure through publication to the Fastcase legal research service.
All content will link back to the original blog and article.

Free LexBlog support is provided via email to success@lexblog.com.

Free to everyone – legal bloggers, law firms, legal industry providers and consumers of legal information and commentary.