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Geri L. Dreiling, Esq.
Dreiling, a legal publicist and content writer, heads Legal Media Matters. An attorney who was in private practice for several years, Dreiling not only understands legal concepts but also appreciates the many demands lawyers must balance each day as they serve their clients and promote their practices.
Through Dreiling’s legal public relations work, Legal Media Matters clients and their cases have been covered in a variety of print, television, radio and Internet publications, including the Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, the Associated Press, Bloomberg News, the National Law Journal and many other media outlets.
When it comes to legal content writing, Dreiling’s work on behalf of Legal Media Matters clients has helped boost law firm website traffic. In surveys, Dreiling’s legal content writing has been commended for being extremely accurate, clear and exceeding client expectations.
Of all the cases of her legal career, Dreiling is most proud of her work in Shah v. Reno, 184 F.3d 719 (8th Cir. 1999). In this complex case she successfully argued that the federal government cannot strip a legal immigrant’s right to habeas corpus review.
Dreiling joined Missouri Lawyers Weekly as the legal editor and then worked as an investigative reporter for the alternative weekly Riverfront Times. The experience taught her how to communicate complex legal concepts to a wide variety of audiences. She has also worked as a freelance writer and contributor for a variety of publications, including the ABA Journal, the National Catholic Reporter and Esquire magazine.
Dreiling’s journalism work has been honored with local, regional and national awards. Her articles are frequently cited in law review and mainstream articles. A piece highlighting the struggles of juvenile delinquent girls was selected for inclusion in an anthology of some of the best alternative weekly work, Notes from the Underground: The Most Outrageous Stories of the Alternative Press.
Dreiling received her law degree from Washington University School of Law, where she was associate editor of the Washington University Law Quarterly. She graduated magna cum laude from Wichita State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
To contact Dreiling, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the Legal Media Matters online contact form.
Geri L. Dreiling, CEO of Legal Media Matters, based in St. Louis, Missouri (United States) – legalmediamatters.com. Geri Dreiling, Esq. is a legal publicist and content writer expert in legal PR.
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Serrano has worked as a web portal developer for an information technology and e-commerce consulting company and headed the IT department of a communications and advertising agency. He has developed and designed numerous sites and customized the Legal Media Matters website. His experience in all stages of development allows him to deliver complete solutions that take into account all main website aspects: from business goals to technical coding details, including user experience optimization.
A native of Spain, Serrano received his electrical engineering degree with honors from the University of Madrid. A SUN-certified programmer, Serrano has also completed courses on Web design, desktop publishing and video editing at the Trazos School for the Arts.