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Professional Perspectives

Bloomberg Law Professional Perspectives are long-form articles that take a closer look at current legal issues and developments impacting legal practitioners. Topics may include regulatory or statutory changes, industry or market shifts, a noteworthy government investigation, or trends in legal services operations. We also feature a range of Practical Guidance materials that help practitioners work more effectively.

Our readers include law firm attorneys, in-house counsel, compliance professionals, corporate executives, and other business, government, and legal professionals. The content appears on Bloomberg Law and the Bloomberg Terminal, and we may use individual pieces on social media or in other marketing efforts.

Average length is 1,500-3,500 words.

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Bloomberg Law Insights articles aim to give our readers an inside view and compelling analysis of current events and issues—a court case, a new regulation, a piece of legislation, a business deal—that impact their practice and their clients. The style and tone of Insights should be conversational and easy for both attorneys and non-attorneys to understand and relate to. We welcome authors to provide their own views and opinions, in addition to their expert analysis of a given topic, when appropriate.

Bloomberg Law Insights articles are widely read by attorneys, corporate executives, lobbyists, government leaders, and Capitol Hill leaders and appear on the Bloomberg Law platform, the Bloomberg Terminal, and social media.

Average length is 800 words. View more guidelines here.

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