The National Law Review Certified as a Woman Owned Small Business by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council

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The National Law Review one of the highest volume business law websites in the U.S. earns national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise and a Women-Owned Small Business .

The National Law Forum LLC dba the National Law Review, one of the highest volume business law websites in the United States, is proud to announce national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) and a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) by the Women’s Business Development Center Midwest (WBDC).

Jennifer Schaller, Managing Director and Co-founder of the National Law Review (NLR): “This certification is recognition of the National Law Review's founding as a women-owned business. We’re honored and we’ll strive to uphold the high standards we provide our clients and readers and to continue the trend of always punching above our weigh in the legal publishing industry.”

Schaller continues “As a company, we’ve worked to balance the long hours and demands of a daily news service while also meeting the needs for flexibility of our professional staff. We’re especially proud of being a launching point for the careers of many legal professionals, especially many female attorneys of color.”    

E. Eilene Spear, Operations and Projects Manager of the National Law Review says, “In my six-plus years working with Jennifer at the National Law Review, I have seen a woman-owned company in action, providing high-quality service to clients while maintaining an internal standard of compassion and understanding to the largely female staff, all while consistently growing our website traffic to unprecedented levels.”

The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council’s (WBENC) national standard of certification implemented by the WBDC Midwest is a meticulous process including an in-depth review of the business and site inspection to confirm the business is at least 51% woman-owned and operated.

By including women-owned businesses among their suppliers, businesses and government agencies demonstrate their commitment to fostering diversity and the continued development of their supplier diversity programs.

The NLR partners with law firms and other legal and business organizations to publish and promote well-researched legal analysis and breaking legal news on emerging and on-going business issues ranging from business immigration to the regulatory and business challenges of COVID-19. The National Law Review’s Coronavirus coverage was so well received, over 4.3 million readers visited in both March and April of this year.

The National Law Review publishes around the clock and optimizes legal thought leadership for search engine visibility, and for distribution via our news syndication partners. The NLR also promotes our published content through an extensive social media network, and to our over 130,000 daily newsletter subscribers.

About the National Law Review: The National Law Review is a daily legal news website with a mission to provide objective, reliable and practical litigation, legislative and administrative legal news and analysis. The NLR’s online platform was developed by corporate attorneys and is the online descendant of a legal publication tracing its roots back to 1888. With the talents of our own writers and contributing authors, the National Law Review has grown in one of the highest volume business law publications in the U.S. Visit us at

About WBENC: Founded in 1997, WBENC is the nation’s leader in women’s business development and the leading third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women, with more than 13,000 certified Women’s Business Enterprises, 14 national Regional Partner Organizations, and over 300 Corporate Members. More than 1,000 corporations representing America’s most prestigious brands as well as many states, cities, and other entities accept WBENC Certification. For more information, visit

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