New Attorney Program
Get ready to supercharge your legal practice, build the right reputation, and hit the ground running. We've distilled the must proven skills that 21st-century lawyers need to thrive in this compact course—from tech to writing to presentations.
Online and self-paced
2 to 3
Pick up the 21st-century skills lawyers need.
Thriving at your new legal job requires a lot more than doing some good research and writing a passable memo. New lawyers need to leverage technology, be efficient, write well, and discover new ways to add value for their colleagues and clients.
In this path, we'll download all the critical skills and tips that will help you thrive at your new legal job. No matter your practice area or position: You will have the skills that you need to get ahead and make the right impressions from day one.
We are on a mission to make legal skills training effective, easy to use, and engaging.
Write.law’s core goal is to help attorneys 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 so that lawyers can learn new skills step-by-step.
Our training is headed by Professor Joe Regalia and our legal skills team. Professor Regalia graduated first in his class at the University of Michigan Law School, clerked for federal trial and appellate courts, practiced at AmLaw 100 firms, and is 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.
Our workshops and self-paced training are interactive, engaging, and drive real results. Our platform offers the largest library of legal skills training in the world. And our hybrid model of live and on-demand learning can replace or supplement just about every aspect of your training program.