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Writing for PI Brief Update Law Journal


Personal Injury Brief Update Law Journal (PIBULJ) is the leading online PI law journal in the UK. It has been running since 2006.  Subscribers get access to over 600 personal injury articles and we publish around 25 new articles per month.  The articles are written mostly by barristers and solicitors.  Click the links below for further details about the journal:

The currently featured homepage articles

A list of our contributors

A list of past monthly issues with contents

More information about ourselves

Benefits of Writing for PIBULJ

The article titles, summaries and author names are publicly accessible on this website (for non-subscribers and Google searches) and are also emailed twice per month in our newsletters to a database of 13,000 email addresses.  The readers are solicitors and other professionals in the UK personal injury industry.  The author profiles also appear on our contributors page.  The full article texts are accessible by subscribing firms who are mostly solicitors offices.

How to Contribute

If you'd like to write an article, simply email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  We can handle nearly all formats, though most writers prefer to use Microsoft Word.

Articles can be however short or long you choose from as little as a couple of hundred words up to several thousand.

If you have any questions at all or would like to chat about it or indeed if you have any ideas for articles, please don't hesitate to get in contact.

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The opinions expressed in the articles are the authors' own, not those of Law Brief Publishing Ltd, and are not necessarily commensurate with general legal or medico-legal expert consensus of opinion and/or literature. Any medical content is not exhaustive but at a level for the non-medical reader to understand. 

Professional advice should always be obtained before applying any information to particular circumstances.

Excerpts from judgments and statutes are Crown copyright. Any Crown Copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of OPSI and the Queen’s Printer for Scotland under the Open Government Licence.