In-house Access serves as the main blog for ACC. This blog connects you to the news & views impacting the in-house counsel community throughout the world and provides our members with an opportunity to share best practices, information and create topical discussions. We may provide occasional information pertaining to ACC news and events.
The posts and views of our guest authors reflect those of the author and not of ACC.
Membership in ACC is not required. Self-promotional or marketing pieces are not accepted.
An In-house Access blog post should be written from the perspective of a business professional sharing information, best practices, tips and tricks, etc. Use the second person (you), which engages readers and establishes a rapport. If there is a timely article that you would like to link to, feel free to submit it (or a link to such article) along with your blog submission.
Blog submissions to In-house Access should provide practical, nuts-and-bolts information that’s directly relevant to the day-to-day practice of in-house counsel. Posts should average between 450-700 words. Feel free to share your opinion on any number of issues related to in-house counsel. Submissions can be written in a similar form and fashion of an op-ed.
FAQ – Submission Process
How do I submit content for In-house Access?
Please email your proposed blog piece to email@example.com.
Blog Submission Process
What happens after my piece has been submitted and accepted?
Once your blog piece has been submitted and accepted, we will review it. Within 1-2 business days, you will receive an edited version of your piece with added hyperlinks to appropriate ACC resources. We will then return the submission to you for final approval. Once you have approved the piece (within 2-3 business days) we will then notify you of your scheduled posting date.
On the date of your posting ACC will tweet out a direct link to the blog post from the main ACC twitter account, ACCinhouse and similarly, include a blurb and direct link on the ACC.com homepage blog section. When the posting of the blog, tweet and homepage blurb have been posted you will receive confirmation via e-mail with the link for you to share with your own network.
Author Biographies and Photos
Authors can submit a 40-word bio that includes their current title and relevant experience to accompany the published blog piece. Further biographical information and hyperlinks may be included at the discretion of the editorial staff. Photos can accompany your blog piece; authors can either send a relevant photo or a head-and-shoulder headshot.