Black Letter PR is the brainchild of seasoned PR consultant Kerry Jack and leading legal journalist Neil Rose. They both know good PR – Kerry because she does it, and Neil because he’s been on the receiving end of poorly targeted and badly executed PR for more years than he cares to remember. This is the PR company they would both want to commission. Our approach is straightforward and no-nonsense. We will be upfront about what we can achieve and if we can’t help, we will say so, although not without first attempting to come up with the most creative solution. We’re big believers that there’s a great deal more to successful PR than a press release. Combining Kerry’s PR skills and Neil’s market know-how and strategic direction, we provide personal, knowledgeable and, most importantly, practical advice on what can and cannot be achieved.



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How the other half lives

Legal procedure as displayed on TV is usually a cause for lawyers to gnash their teeth and wail "That's not what really happens". This...

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PR should be a lie-free zone

Readers of RollonFriday(RoF) will no doubt have been amused by their lead story last week catching out a recruitment consultancy for...

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When being the first isn't necessarily best

Midlands practice Wright Hassall - often cited as the best-named law firm in the land - has just appointed Sarah Perry as its first...

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Hello New Day

Just over a week after the announcement that the Independent newspaper will cease print editions, comes the news that the first new...

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Mishcon’s progressive employee ownership plans will help attract and retain top talent

In The Lawyer this week, Mishcon de Reya boss, David Gold, announced that the firm is considering a John Lewis style employee ownership...

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Responding quickly and clearly is keeping i newspaper readers engaged

Rumours that Johnston Press was in advanced talks to buy the i newspaper led to an open, honest and frank letter to readers in Friday's...

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Farewell print Indie

I was genuinely saddened to hear the news today that the Independent newspaper will cease print editions. 

The last edition of the I

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How to do thought leadership

It is no longer enough to say how good you are; you have to prove it. This has made thought leadership the goal of many PR and marketing...

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Saying sorry the Liverpool way

So the owners of Liverpool Football Club have reversed their decision to charge fans £77 for a ticket in the  club’s main stand. 

I have...

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PR’s attack on FT columnist proves counterproductive

I’ve never been a big fan of confrontation, whether it’s avoiding complaining at a restaurant or being diplomatic when I and a colleague...

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The driverless car is getting ever closer to becoming a reality bringing mobility to all. What wil be the disruptive equivalent in the...

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Passing the innovation test

The news last week that Welsh law firm, Capital Law, had launched its own litigation fund attracted many column inches. 

Law firms will no...

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