Practical Law is looking for a Senior Legal Editor with expertise in federal public sector labor and employment law to create new online content that will help federal government lawyers practice more efficiently.
The central and most critical responsibility of this Senior Legal Editor position is to research, write, edit, publish and update on-line content for Practical Law's federal government subscribers. Our content includes practice guidance notes, checklists, and standard forms, all of which are written in accordance with Practical Law's unique writing style.
In addition, the Senior Legal Editor will:
Candidates selected for a second interview will be required to submit a writing sample.
This position will preferably be located in Washington, DC or New York City; however, we will consider candidates in other U.S.-based locations working on a remote basis.
About Practical Law:
Practical Law, a Thomson Reuters business, is a leading online provider of legal know-how. We help government and private lawyers save time and practice more efficiently. We deliver our content to governmental entities, companies, law firms, and law schools. Our subscribers include government entities on the federal, state and local levels, most major international law firms and corporations, including approximately 85% of the Am Law 200, hundreds of small and mid-size firms, and over 1,300 legal departments worldwide. For more information about Practical Law see our website at us.practicallaw.tr.com.
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