The Legalists' blog is a platform for all the legalsists to share insights, and opinions on Law firms, Lawyers, Law schools, Law suits, Judges and Courts, particularly in the Arabic world.
The blog also seeks to bring about and share exciting short pieces about the profession's most colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentaries on the latest legal developments.
The Legalist Blog
Benfits of Blogging
Express yourself and share your passions and ideas
The Legalists' blog is a platform for legalists to voice their ideas, thoughts or news. Through blogging on the Legalists you have the opportunity to connect and network with likeminded legalists who share the same passions.
Make a Difference
People’s passions usually lean toward supporting a cause, and usually a strong one. If you think your passions have a good cause, then blogging on the Legalist is a great way to build awareness and bring support and action to your ideas.
Share Your Knowledge
If you’re someone who admires teaching law, writing on The Legalists is an opportunity to educate others in this field. The best part is that, as you build resources on your blogs, you may realize there is a chance to put what you do into teaching material, or others can realize this and contact you.
Refine Your reading and writing Skills
The more you write, the better you become at writing, and there's nothing more essential to legalists than writing. When you write blogs on a regular basis, you will analyze and proofread your writing constantly. You will also get feedback from readers, your colleagues or others via the comment section. Though, being a good writer is not a prerequisite for succeeding in blogging, the key is the content, the message or the idea you provide... the rest just follows.
Build Your Professional Network
Blogging is a community-based endeavor, and networking is one reason people engage in it. Whether you are a solopreneur or blogging to market your business, building relationships will facilitate your blog’s growth.
Meanwhile, growing your online network has its own side benefits, such as gaining access to valuable software and tools, seminars, workshops, product unveilings, and other events.