We train the world's legal professionals
Write.law creates cutting-edge writing, tech, and practice skills training for legal professionals. Organizations around the world—from AmLaw 200 firms to law schools—use Write.law to improve their writing and other legal skills.
The legal industry is undergoing a tectonic shift. Technology, new business models, and evolving client needs are reshaping what it means to practice law. And that means the skills you need to thrive are changing, too.
Today's currency is efficiency, value, and excellent work product. Writing well, speaking well, and getting work done efficiently is what clients want. And those skills are exactly what we train.
We use 21st-century learning science to train 21st-century legal professionals. Bite-sized training, data-backed techniques, and lessons that are actually fun make it possible for you to pick up a new skill in no time.
21ST-CENTURY LEGAL SKILLS TRAINING
practice of law
Training in-demand legal skills
Write.law works with top law firms, agencies, and courts to learn what training modern legal employers want.
We train writing style and legal analysis techniques backed by data and used by top attorneys.
Our technology training focuses on how legal professionals can get more from tech and master core tools like Word and Excel.
Practice of law
Our legal practice training works on 21st-century skills like design thinking and brand building.
Meet the Write.law team
We founded Write.law to help make legal skills training engaging, effective, easy to use—and accessible to all.
Joe is a law professor, trainer, and attorney with a passion for legal writing, persuasion science, and technology. He combines his experience as both practitioner and professor to create exciting new ways to teach legal skills. Before co-founding Write.law, Joe graduated summa cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School, clerked for the Ninth Circuit, and worked as an associate at top AmLaw 100 firms.
Joe heads up Write.law's legal skills training team. He is also a member of the faculty at the William S. Boyd School of Law—the number one ranked law school for legal writing skills and research. Joe regularly leads training for leading firms and organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, the Department of Justice, and U.S. Courts of Appeals.
Jory is an attorney and trainer with a passion for productivity systems, legal tech, and writing. He puts these to good use managing Write.law's day-to-day operations. Jory graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School, and then went on to practice for five years at Jenner & Block before co-founding Write.law. In practice, Jory focused on antitrust, complex commercial litigation, and his pro bono practice.
VP, Content Development
Yaquelin de Andrade
Yaquelin helps Write.law’s executive team stay sane and at the top of their game. Yaquelin graduated from UNIMAR with a degree in Modern Languages. Yaquelin is a jack of all trades, and she regularly helps the Write.law team design and develop new training content, as well as a million other things we couldn’t live without. Before joining Write.law, Yaquelin worked in human resources.
Customer Success Manager
Jess is a master of multitasking and helps Write.law's executive team keep things running smoothly. Jess graduated from the Arturo Michelena University with a degree in Modern Languages. Jess helps the Write.law team with onboarding new clients, updating content, and customer support. Before joining Write.Law, Jess worked in education and administration.
Daniela builds new video and interactive content for Write.law’s training team. Daniela graduated from Florida International University with a degree in Graphic Design. Before joining Write.law, she worked as a freelancer and as an executive assistant.
Sales Development Manager
Yanette helps the Write.law team manage its sales workflow and find new clients. Yanette graduated from Carabobo University with a degree in Teaching and Language Instruction. Before joining Write.Law, Yanette worked in customer service and teaching.
David consults with the Write.law team on instructional design.
David Wallace is an organizational psychologist, data scientist, and consultant with a passion for finding evidence-based solutions to practical problems in the workplace. David’s work focuses on workplace dynamics and he advises the Write.law content-creation team.
Training backed by data and expertise
Write.law’s core goal is to help our clients see real results in their skills training. We spent years studying and compiling science-backed and effective legal writing, practice, and technology skills used by the world's best lawyers. Then we built workshops and interactive courses using the latest educational science to train new skills step-by-step.
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