LexBlog is a worldwide community of legal bloggers.
Founded in Seattle in 2004 to empower lawyers to increase their visibility and accelerate their business relationships through blogging, LexBlog today is the hub that brings together many of the best legal minds on the web.
By calling on the contributions on legal bloggers, LexBlog is the world’s largest and most comprehensive legal news and commentary network. Contributions from legal bloggers place LexBlog among the likes of The New York Times in the number of daily stories.
Lexblog’s professional all-inclusive blog publishing platform licensed to legal professionals, law firms and organizations as a turnkey SaaS solution sets the standard for publishing by legal professionals.
Over 18,000 legal professionals blog on the LexBlog Network including the largest law firms in each the United States, China and India. Over half of the nearly 1,000 blogs published by the 200 largest U.S. firms run on the LexBlog platform.
The contributions of those publishing on LexBlog’s platform are automatically included in LexBlog.
Legal bloggers publishing on platforms other than LexBlog’s publishing platform are included in LexBlog by joining – free of charge.
For those legal industry professionals not publishing or wanting to upgrade their publishing platform, LexBlog offers professional and cost effective solutions for publishing blogs, minisites and e-magazines.
LexBlog’s design and digital publishing platform is also licensed to marketing and communication agencies, bar associations, digital businesses, law schools, large law firms and other organizations.
LexBlog’s platform has been developed to meet the needs of the most demanding publishers — as to design, performance, features, support — and price. Organizations who previously did digital design and development, themselves or through third-party companies and developers, find greater performance and savings using the LexBlog platform directly.
LexBlog supports law schools and non-profits by making its platform available free of charge to law students, law school personnel and legal services organizations.