Want to write legal guest posts for us? BucketOrange Magazine is now accepting submissions!
Are you an independent thinker with a voice that brims with personal insight, charm and irreverence? Do you want to be part of a groundbreaking movement that serves the public good? We are looking for individual voices with personalities that shine through their writing.
Our writers are hard-working, dedicated and know how to push the boundaries of conventional copy. We offer our contributors a platform for high quality journalism and the ability to affect positive change for young Australians.
Is this you? Submit a sample that complies with the below guidelines and we’ll get in touch if we think you’re a good fit.
BucketOrange Magazine is committed to providing our readers with the best quality content possible. Innovation, creativity and spunk are at the heart of our organisation.
Our legal magazine is produced according to the highest editorial and ethical standards. We are dedicated to cutting through the online noise and producing clear, meaningful, well-researched, reliable, fun, informative and actionable guides. Our everyday law hacks ideology is a world first and industry game-changer.
Our legal guest posts are usually between 800 to 1000 words, sometimes longer depending on the nature of the story and depth of research presented.
Simple is better.
Given the complexity and range of topics covered by BucketOrange Magazine, it’s important for our readers to trust that they can find answers to tough questions in an accessible and easily understandable format. We cater to an intelligent audience with writing that is clear and conveys a message that will resonate with young Australians.
Read as many of our previous articles as you can to get an idea of our style, tone, voice and the type of stories we cover.
It is expected that appropriate reference to relevant websites will be made at the end of each article. For example, government resources, NGOs, private companies, peak bodies/industry groups, local law firms or other useful information. See our prior publications for guidance.
Both finished work and pitches are welcome. Please include a biography of 2-3 sentences and a high-resolution headshot of the author, unless you are submitting anonymously.
If you are passionate about:
- having your ideas heard by a wide audience (and influencing the opinions of young Australians)
- being a part of something unique and at the cusp of rapid expansion; and
- building a solid online writing portfolio for a reputable publication
Send us an article here along with your contact details. We will get in touch if we decide to publish it!