Format

Course

Experience

All levels

Time to complete

3 to 6 months

Earn

Certificate of completion

Topics

Words, Sentences, Punctuation, Logic, Precision, Flow, and More

ROSS GUBERMAN

Writing Workouts with Ross Guberman

Ross’s online writing workouts make it a breeze to improve your grammar, style, and usage so that you can start writing like the nation's top advocates. With hundreds of interactive questions, detailed explanations, and model answers—becoming a better writer has never been easier.

What You’ll Learn

Discover the new skills you’ll unlock after completing this course.

1

Grammar & Mechanics

Hone dozens of grammar, style, and writing mechanics topics—allowing you to target and improve your writing pain points.
2

Clear Writing

As you improve each skill, watch your writing become clearer, easier to read, and more persuasive—all at the same time.
3

Proofreading & Transitions

Go beyond basic grammar and usage with workouts covering key skills for lawyers like proofreading, transitions, and more. 

Course Curriculum

Lessons

Downloadables

Workouts

Topics

Write.law + Ross

Ross Guberman is the president of Legal Writing Pro and the founder of BriefCatch. From Alaska and Hawaii to Paris and Hong Kong, Ross has conducted thousands of workshops on three continents for prominent law firms, judges, agencies, corporations, and associations. His workshops are among the highest rated in the world of professional legal education.
Ross’s Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation’s Top Advocates is an Amazon bestseller that reviewers have praised as a “tour de force” and “a must for the library of veteran litigators.” Ross also wrote Point Taken: How to Write Like the World’s Greatest Judges, which Court Review called “the best book . . . by far . . . about judicial writing.” He coauthored Deal Struck: The World’s Best Drafting Tips with Gary Karl and created the online contracts editor ContractCatch.
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