Sponsoring the Law Society gives your company unprecedented access to a target audience of over 160,000 solicitors and legal practitioners in England and Wales.
We use our channels to maximise your company’s exposure to a carefully selected target audience, based on your products or services.
Using our vast array of newsletters, magazines and various advertising and content channels, we’ll make your campaign a success, no matter your budget.
Whether you’re sponsoring a single event, a conference or a whole community*, we’ll tailor our services so that you can get maximum brand recognition and engagement out of your investment.
About our audience
Choose your audience from a vast range of practitioners, categorised by practice areas and career interests.
12,000 risk and compliance professionals across the legal industry need help with:
- anti-money laundering and financial crime
- business continuity and exit strategies
- client care and complaints handling
- cybersecurity and data protection
- ethics and professional conduct
- price and service transparency
- SRA Handbook compliance
If your company can provide a competitive solution to any of those – sponsoring the Risk and Compliance Service is the best way of showcasing your products and services to this target audience.
Our risk and compliance audience
Risk and Compliance Service website:
- 6,100 sessions
- 4,200 unique users
Law Society Gazette magazine and website:
- 81,178 weekly abc print circulation
- 1.7 million online impressions
- 356,000 monthly unique views
- Risk and Compliance Update – 1,200 monthly recipients
- Professional Update – 170,000 weekly recipients
- Cybersecurity – 1,800 weekly recipients
- City Update – 25,000 monthly recipients
- Events – 9,500 monthly recipients
- @TheLawSociety – 104,000 followers
- @LSRiskandComp – 1,650 followers
- leaflets to local law societies
- promotion in risk-related marketing emails
- promotion in related marketing emails
*Communities consist of Divisions and Sections. Divisions are free member support services, based on members’ demographic or practice type (women lawyers, junior lawyers, small firms). Sections are subscription-based services, based on members’ area of practice (private client, property, law management).