Legal Tech Copywriter, Content Writer & Brand Journalist
Start conversations. Inspire action. Drive demand.
I specialize in writing marketing content for legal technology vendors who need to stand out in a crowded market.
I show your customers how they'll benefit from your products and services and build trust through:
Compelling Website Copy
Capture attention and inspire curiosity with distinctive website copy and compelling landing pages.
Informative Blogs, White Papers & Case Studies
Address the many, varied concerns of multiple levels of decision-makers with informative blog posts, research-backed white papers, illuminating case studies, and helpful guides and ebooks.
Engaging Emails & Sales Collateral
Authentically connect with prospects in engaging emails, sales letters, flyers and brochures.
Legal technology vendors hire me to write content that:
✒️ Builds awareness & generates demand in current and new markets.
✒️ Resonates with various members of their target audience.
✒️ Gets more clicks and more signups for email lists, webinars, demos, and discovery calls.
✒️ Earns higher rankings for competitive keywords.
✒️ Increases sales by capturing new leads and building relationships with clients.
Law technology topics I write about most often include:
We'll influence decision-makers with writing that clearly demonstrates the benefits your technology delivers.
"You've done an excellent job in capturing the heartbeat of my company."
"She completely rewrote our website, which resulted in a major SEO victory when we hit page 1 in rankings for our most important keywords afterward."
"I'd heartily recommend her services to anyone looking for some top-notch content from a very talented author."
I write marketing copy and content that gets results for:
Legal Technology Vendors
eDiscovery, Contract Automation & Analytics, Practice and Case Management software, Timekeeping & Billing, Document Automation, SaaS Cloud technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Process Automation, and more.
Law Technology Content Writing that Gets Noticed
Law firm, legal department, and corporate leaders aren’t about to do all the digging necessary to uncover what makes your technology special or different.
You have to bring that information to the forefront yourself, and the intelligent, natural use of language is your sharpest tool for doing so.
Words are the bridge over which we build understanding and trust. We can use them to educate, yes, but also to evoke curiosity and desire and inspire action.
Communicating with a creative, interesting voice is like waving a neon green flag in the dull brown field that is legal tech marketing today.
Content Writing Info