Legal Case Summaries Writer

Remote

Quimbee has a massive library of content designed to help law students and attorneys succeed, every step of the way. Not only do we help law students succeed in law school and on the bar exam, but Quimbee is also equally committed to building a premier collection of courses designed to satisfy attorneys' MCLE requirements. Quimbee can be accessed on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. We are now seeking case brief writers to work with us on a freelance basis to help us on our journey.


This position is 100% remote. All you need is an internet connection and a quiet place to work.


Overview

We are looking for exceptional legal writers who want to help Quimbee grow its database of case summaries. Our brilliant writers create content that educate and train future lawyers. In this capacity, you will serve as, in effect, a legal educator. This is a position of great trust and responsibility. This role is strictly offered on a contract basis and is not full time. Candidates will be paid on a per brief basis.


How it works

We'll mail you a law school casebook. You'll brief some (maybe all) of the cases in it. We'll give you writing guidelines that you must follow. That's about it.


Who we're looking for

You're a really smart lawyer. This means you have a JD from a reputable law school. (If you're a law student, sorry, you'll need to wait a little longer to apply.) You graduated toward the top of your class. You're the kind of person your fellow law students would hire to represent them.


You're an incredible legal writer. Ideally, you served on a law journal (law review would be even better). If you got something published, then that's extra points. You're a stickler for grammar. Your friends make fun of you, but you wear it as a badge of honor. You understand that less is more, details matter, and small words are better than big words.


You're a detail-oriented, tech-savvy, self-starter: You’re comfortable with technology generally and eager to learn. You’re disciplined and motivated and the kind of person who doesn’t need someone looking over your shoulder to make sure you’re doing your job.


You're a fun person: You don’t lose your cool. You bring out the best in the people around you. You don’t take yourself too seriously. You can make and take a joke.


Requirements
  • A JD from a U.S. law school

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