Legal Diaries is looking for your help!

At Legal Diaries, we are committed to providing our readers with an array of interesting educational resources. We are, therefore, looking for writers to contribute to our blog. If you are interested, please follow the directions below. We can’t wait to read your pieces of work!

We’re looking for writers to contribute in the following categories:
▫️LGBTQIA – dating, opinion pieces, cultural issues, etc.
▫️Beauty – trends, makeup for a variety of skin types, hair care, personal essays, etc.
▫️Living & Home Decor – organizational tips, design, trends, etc.
▫️Meal Planning – Trader Joe’s stories and grocery lists, Whole Foods hacks, meal prep, etc.
▫️Career – practical advice pieces or a profile submission – you do not have to be a legal professional
▫️Politics – we are non-partisan and are committed to covering issues, especially ones regarding Brexit; Northern Ireland; European Union; American Politics etc.
▫️Finance – must have a background and/or degree in finance or a related field
▫️Wellness – everything from self-care; relationships; dating advice; mental health and physical health
▫️Sustainability – Climate Change; Sustainable Development; Tips for living a more eco-conscious life
▫️Legal – general comments on legal developments; Case note or discussions on certain aspects of the law
▫️Opinion – 400-1000 words with sources cited

Our aim is to champion diverse voices of all kinds, so please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have a perspective from which you think our audience would benefit.

Please send an email to with the subject and topic you are interested in covering. For example, “Contributing Writer – WELLNESS”. In your email, please include a bit about yourself and any writing experience you may have, as well as 3-5 pitches for each category about which you’d like to write. A pitch includes a headline and 1-3 sentences detailing what the article will be about.

We look forward to hearing from you!


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