Video Contest is ON on FindLaw.com
So you want to be a star and maybe even help other people at the same time? Move over YouTube, here comes FindLaw.
Maybe you have seen FindLaw's funny commercial letting people in on the best place to get help when "life gets legal." Now, it's your turn, and you have a chance to win $5,000 in the process. FindLaw wants everyone who found legal help on FindLaw.com to tell us their story on video. Anyone who enters the When Life Gets Legal Video Contest will be eligible for the prize money and will also be featured in the next FindLaw commercial.
Maybe just as important as the prize money, and of course the opportunity to be a star in your own show, is the chance to share with others your own experience with FindLaw. The contest videos will focus on what the maker's legal problems were and how they found help on FindLaw.com. FindLaw is looking for "inspirational" stories that communicate how FindLaw helped you learn more about the law or legal process,make smarter decisions about legal issues, connect with an attorney, or find answers to your legal questions.
The videos should feature you, just talking about your FindLaw experience. No production values needed, just a great story.
The first FindLaw commercial tells the story of one very rough day and the neighbor dispute, car accident and small dog bite problems that led one man to look for help on FindLaw.com. We think that the more than 4 million monthly visitors to FindLaw.com might have had similar events in their lives -- but hopefully not all at one time.
So get working and make a video to share your knowledge with the rest of us. If knowledge is power, now is your chance to bring a little power to the people. Have fun. Break a leg.
- FindLaw Commercial: When Life Gets Legal (FindLaw)
- FindLaw When Life Gets Legal Video Contest Page (FindLaw)
- Welcome to Learn About the Law (FindLaw)
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