Content Licensing for Legal Websites

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Over 350 pages of award-winning online employee rights information from Workplace Fairness customized to match any firm’s existing website, plus new content added daily.

What is are the four options we can offer your firm to help improve your web presence and find new clients:

“0” – Get a free listing on our Workplace Fairness attorney search engine “Find-a-Lawyer”
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“1” – Get a deluxe, high profile listing on our Workplace Fairness attorney search engine “Find-a-Lawyer”
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“2” – Get our 350-page Employee Rights Info Center added to your website!
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“3” – Let Workplace Fairness design you a new website AND give you our Employee Rights Info Center!
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See in Action:

Tobias, Torchia & Simon
O'Malley & Madden, P.C.
Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian & Ho Public Relations

Public Relations

Exclusive offer to position your firm with the media: Workplace Fairness has partnered with Shane & Shane, Inc. with the intent to shine a light on the work of the dedicated employment lawyers who strive to protect and preserve workers’ rights. Learn more »

Benefits of

Expand your Internet presence.
Over 250 pages of legal and practical information about employee rights and the legal process.

Make your site work for you.
Attract new clients, do more for existing clients, save time and money.

Turn surfers into clients.
Make your site an invaluable resource for people who need help.

Promote your services.
Visitors find what they’re looking for without ever leaving your site.

Team up with WF.
Tap into the power of the award-winning Workplace Fairness website.

Give something back.
Help people in your community and around the country understand and defend their rights.

Want Now? is a smart, affordable investment for any firm. It lets you do more for people who contact you for help, and it pays for itself over and over in increased business. Contact us today to put to work for you!

Email: wfworks@workplacefairness.org

Phone: 202.350.0569

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Madeline Messa

Madeline Messa is a 3L at Syracuse University College of Law. She graduated from Penn State with a degree in journalism. With her legal research and writing for Workplace Fairness, she strives to equip people with the information they need to be their own best advocate.