How to Submit a New Post (Opportunity/ Event, Internship Experience) on Lawctopus

Lawctopus is your platform and we’ve made it really easy for your to submit a post on it (internship experiences, opportunities and events, and news/blog pieces).

When you submit a post/content, it is NOT directly published on Lawctopus. We review, moderate and format it as per internal guidelines.

Your post should contain complete details and should be well-written. We expect posts to contain a minimum of 300 words.

Please do NOT merely attach a file or provide a URL. Such posts are to be re-worked upon and involves an extra step both for you and for us.


STEP 1: Click on the ‘Submit a New Post’ button on the top bar of Lawctopus (Image 1) and login/create your account using your Email, Facebook or Google+ ID (Image 2).


Click! (Image 1)


Login (Image 2)


STEP 2: Click on ‘New’ and then ‘Post’.
Or you may be directly taken to Step 3! [Why? Because badi badi websites mein chhoti chhoti baatein hoti rehti hain].



Step 3: Enter the title of the post, the content and click on ‘Submit for Review’.
Please ensure that the content has at least 300 words.
Do NOT just upload a file or a brochure!
You may want to add images/files/brochures/links to your post/content. We explain that in the next few paragraphs.



That’s it! Your post will be submitted for moderation!



Adding URLs/Links: Select the word/phrase to be linked and the click on the ‘Insert Link’ option.


Adding files/images: Click on ‘Add Files’ option and then on ‘Upload Files’. You can add .doc, .docx, .pdf and all sorts of image files using this option.




If you are writing a critical piece, or want to remain anonymous for any reason, here’s how you can do it.

Step 1: Click on the ‘Edit my Profile’ Option.


Step 2: Put in a nick-name (which can be anything/a pseudonym!) and then your nick-name can be the name your display publicly!




You can put in some information about yourself, mention your social media profile links (Facebook, Linkedin etc.) and even choose a profile picture.
These are mentioned at the end of your posts published on Lawctopus! It’s a great way to network and make new friends.


Questions, comments, doubts? Put in a comment below and we’ll answer them!



This post was first published on: 21 Feb 2017

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