Solicitors Use the Web to Boost Sales During Crunch

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With the credit crunch continuing to impact businesses across the globe, legal draftsmen are being given a golden opportunity to gain valuable additional income as well as demonstrate their specialist knowledge by selling their documents through leading online legal document provider Net Lawman.

The Internet is increasingly becoming the first port of call for businesses looking for cost effective legal documents at a fraction of the price found on the high street and now draftsmen too can tap into this very lucrative market at the click of a button

The recently re-branded Net Lawman is offering legal professionals across a number of jurisdictions the opportunity to earn up to 30% royalties on any of their documents sold through the Net Lawman site (http://www.netlawman.co.uk), which attracts small to medium enterprises looking for cost effective, professional legal documents, as well as legal professionals looking for specialist documents.

This new opportunity will enable legal draftsmen to earn additional income from their documents, become leaders in their specialist fields and increase their brand awareness, reputation and credibility - factors which Net Lawman believe are crucial to surviving the economic downturn.

"In order to stay ahead in the current climate, you need to be able to demonstrate your specialism and establish a niche for yourself. Being different is increasingly more important than being 'the best' and being able to show that your documents have been purchased by hundreds of customers will certainly be testament to your skill and expertise", explains Miriam Taylor of Net Lawman.

"And what makes this opportunity even more attractive is that selling documents through Net Lawman is completely risk free. You will have drawn the documents for Net Lawman not the end user and so we take full responsibility and ask for no indemnity in return", says Taylor.

Net Lawman is the UK's leading online legal document providers for documents relating to England and Wales. The company recently expanded its offering into Scotland, Ireland, Australia, India, South Africa and New Zealand and now plans to open a site for every English speaking jurisdiction as the demand for online legal documents continues to rise.

"The Internet is increasingly becoming the first port of call for businesses looking for cost effective legal documents at a fraction of the price found on the high street and now draftsmen too can tap into this very lucrative market at the click of a button", adds Taylor.

You can start earning income from your documents immediately by registering with Net Lawman at http://www.netlawman.co.uk/nlm/law_professional.php. Terms and conditions apply. Please ensure you read the FAQ's section of the Net Lawman site thoroughly before proceeding.

Editors' Notes

About Net Lawman
Net Lawman Ltd is an English company operated by Andrew R. Taylor. Most legal work is undertaken by Andrew and Rajeev Goswami, assisted by English barristers for employment specialist work, and Rajeev's small team of Indian lawyers, as required.

Andrew has a degree in economics and was an English solicitor for over 20 years. He resigned voluntarily as a solicitor in order to operate Net Lawman with unrestricted advertising. He has specialised primarily in commercial and company law. Working in a high street practice, he has covered a wide range of law. During that time, he has also been involved as a director and shareholder in a number of businesses, principally connected with commercial property or the Internet. 


The documents provided by Net Lawman have been drawn by Andrew and a small team of specialist solicitors and barristers. The documents are regularly updated to take account of new law.

The Net Lawman service is designed to fill a gap between on the one hand the mass of "contractual" letters and messages produced by every business every day with confidence and on the other hand those cases where solicitor help is essential.

Net Lawman legal advice is provided on a "no liability" basis. The business is not regulated by The Law Society.

For more information visit http://www.netlawman.co.uk

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