Attorney Editor


Practical Law US is looking for an attorney Subeditor to work with our editorial teams to maintain a high level of quality of all published content, while ensuring that all material follows Practical Law's house style and excellent writing principles. Content can be written either internally or by external contributors. Subeditors will:

  • Edit legal know-how resources (practice notes, standard documents, standard clauses, checklists, articles, legal updates and glossary terms) for our website.
  • Edit content for consistent look, feel, and writing quality.
  • Become fully knowledgeable in Practical Law's style guide and writing principles, and ensure that our editors apply them correctly and consistently.
  • Develop a solid understanding of the IT behind Practical Law's web publishing system.
  • Provide additional proofreading support to the company, such as resources for conferences and our magazine, as well as marketing materials.
  • Have opportunities to present classroom training sessions to editors on writing style and Practical Law's publishing systems.
  • Provide regular feedback and continued training to editors.
  • Have opportunities to contribute to editorial product development projects, including integrating Practical Law with other Thomson Reuters products.
  • Any other tasks to support the editorial teams and maintain the websites.

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JD degree

0-2 years of copy editing experience.Experience on a legal journal or similar preferred.A keen interest in US law and legal publishing.A good academic record.An excellent command of writing, grammar, punctuation and plain-English principles.Meticulous attention to detail.Superb communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.Excellent organization, project management and prioritization skills.Excellent team-working skills.Good IT skills, specifically in using Microsoft Office 2010. Experience with using content management systems desirable.Excellent understanding of legal citation, including the Bluebook.Experience with following a recognized style guide, such as Chicago, or a house style guide.Ability to work autonomously.

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