The better your job posting, the more likely you are to get bids from lawyers. The description is the most important and challenging part of the job posting. Lawyers use the description to determine what they will need to do for you job and what they should bid. When writing your job description, be sure to include enough information and focus on the information that is relevant to a lawyer.
In order to write a great description, stick to the facts. Consider the Five W’s and one H – who, what, when, where, why and how. When writing your description, consider each questions and, if you think it will assist the lawyer, answer it in the description. Usually, the “How” question will be answered by a lawyer in their bid, unless you have a specific idea about how you would like the lawyer to assist you.
You need a lawyer to assist with the sale of your home
I am selling my house which is located in Miami. I need a lawyer to assist with the closing, which is scheduled for February 1, 2015.
You need a lawyer to draft an agreement where you will be providing marketing services for a business.
I am the owner of a marketing company. We’re going to manage a local sport goods store’s online marketing campaign beginning on December 15, 2014. We’ve agreed on the basic business terms, but I would like a lawyer to draft the contract to ensure my interests are protected in case something goes wrong.