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Lawyers: Join Freelancers Guild!

Freelancers face a wide range of unique legal challenges, including nonpayment, contract negotiation, and intellectual property disputes.

That’s why we launched Freelancers Guild -- a lawyer-run, invitation-only group of independent legal professionals who are committed to protecting the rights and interests of their fellow freelancers.

As a Guild member, you will reach new clients via our 350,000+ members, strengthen your reputation as an expert on freelance issues, and take advantage of marketing channels made possible through the Guild’s collective action.

Here are some of the benefits of membership:

  • Listing in Freelancers Union’s app and website
    Peer-to-peer referral network among Guild members
  • Marketing opportunities: webinars, events, blog posts, online resources
    Media exposure for work with the Guild
  • Professional connections with like-minded lawyers

As a member, you’ll be responsible for:

  • Providing up-to-date information about your services for freelancers
  • Responding to freelancer inquiries within 2 business days
  • Teaching at least one freelancer workshop annually
  • Attending Guild meetings and offer feedback as needed
  • Providing bi-annual reporting on client acquisition

Annual membership dues are $350.

Interested? Please submit an application below!

(Please note we’ll need a current headshot, resume, and proof of liability insurance, so collect those before you begin the application.)


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Nathan Bransford Nathan Bransford is the author of "How to Write a Novel" and the "Jacob Wonderbar" series. He blogs about the writing and publishing process at

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