Level up your legal writing with Ross + Write.law

Write.law and Ross Guberman have teamed up to bring you cutting-edge legal writing training, including exclusive multi-day master classes and online writing courses.
ABOUT ROSS
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.”

MASTER CLASSES

Studio-recorded workshops with Ross Guberman

Take your firm’s writing training to the next level with online master classes from Ross. Expert instruction, interactive practice, and training results like you've never seen before—a master class is the perfect solution for your next workshop.
Expert Instruction
Interactive Practice
Cheat Sheets
Self-Paced or Facilitated
INTERACTIVE PRACTICE

Practice what you learn

Each Master Class lets learners cement key concepts from the videos with in-depth writing practice and simulations. Practice can be done individually or with groups (if facilitated by a Write.law trainer). 
EXPERT INSTRUCTION

Join Ross in the studio

Ross’s Master Classes feature studio-produced video instruction from Ross himself. Each video ranges from 10 to 30 minutes, and covers top writing techniques straight from Ross’s acclaimed workshops or legal writing book, Point Made.
CHEAT SHEETS

Download Ross to read later

Each Master Class comes with downloadable cheat sheets and guides. They’re perfect for busy attorneys who need a quick reference when writing that pressing brief or memo.
ON-DEMAND OR FACILITATED

Two ways to take your master class

Ross’s master classes come in two formats: Self-Paced or Facilitated. The Self-Paced version allows attorneys to complete modules at their own pace; the facilitated version is a live event hosted virtually by Write.law. Facilitated ,aster classes most closely replicate the experience of a live workshop.
Ross Guberman

Summer Associate Writing 

Self-paced or facilitated • Summer associates
A complete writing master class tailored to what summer associates need most: Writing effective memos and briefs. It also includes a segment on transactional drafting fundamentals.
Ross Guberman

Point Made

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Self-paced or facilitated • Lawyers and law students
Ross’s acclaimed legal writing book, Point Made, is finally getting the master class treatment. Based on Ross’s best-selling book, the Point Made master class features top writing techniques and examples to elevate your writing.

WRITING MADE EASY

Explore Ross’s Courses

Write.law and Ross teamed up to bring you three amazing legal writing courses. Transactional Drafting I and II cover the fundamentals of drafting contracts. Writing Workouts features hundreds of on-demand practice questions to help you improve critical writing skills.

ABOUT ROSS + WRITE.LAW

Elite Training by 
World-Class Talent

About Ross

Kick your writing up a notch with Ross Guberman, author of Point Made, the creator of BriefCatch, and the trainer of new federal judges.
Ross Guberman is the president of Legal Writing Pro LLC and the founder of BriefCatch LLC. 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.
Ross’s newest product, BriefCatch, is a first-of-its-kind editing add-in. Its devoted users include lawyers, firms, judges, and courts around the world. BriefCatch was named one of TechnoLawyer’s Top 10 Legal Tech Products of the year.

About Joe Regalia

Joe is a law professor, trainer, and attorney with a passion for legal writing, persuasion science, and technology.
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. 

About Write.law

We are on a mission to make legal skills training effective, easy to use, and engaging.
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 attorneys need to thrive are changing, too. 
Write.law’s core goal is to help attorneys see real results in their legal writing and other practice skill. We spent years studying and compiling science-backed and effective legal writing techniques used by the world’s best lawyers. Then we built courses and workshops using the latest educational science so that lawyers can become better legal writers step-by-step.

See what people are saying

Write.law and Ross use 21st-century learning science to train today’s legal professionals. Online training, data-backed techniques, and lessons that are actually fun make it possible for you to pick up a new skill in no time. 
FEATURED
“Write.law's training fundamentally changed my writing. My first drafts got better. My editing became more effective. And my final drafts became much more like the writers I admire.”

Alex Velto

Associate Attorney at Hutchison & Steffen LLP
“Very concrete, practical examples. Command of knowledge of subject matter very impressive. Explanations increased by knowledge.” 

Aaron Sims, Associate at Potter Anderson

Four Steps to Standout Legal Writing
“I really liked the focus on clear, straight-forward writing. I appreciated your approach—it was funny and informative. And I really like that you gave us rules that we can apply ‘in the heat of battle.’” 

Aaron Kraft, Holland & Hart LLP

Advocacy Writing Strategies
“Liked the delivery; impressive command of subject matter; extremely helpful.”

Aaron Brinkman, Associate at Axinn

Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation’s Top Advocates
“I very much enjoyed the course. It was refreshing, funny, entertaining, and most importantly jammed packed with helpful tips/advice. As a litigation associate, I will definitely apply what I learned here to my future motions/briefs and emails!”

Ada Esedebe, Groom Law 

Four Steps to Standout Legal Writing
“I really appreciated that the instruction was practical, non- ‘James Joyce,’ everyone-can-do-it. It was a brass tacks approach I could apply right away for immediate results and continue to practice over time to truly become a better advocate.”

Adrienne Becker, Saretsky Hart Michaels & Gould

Point Made
All too often we become so attached to our personal writing eccentricities that we forget to be critical and honest about our drafting flaws. The course allows us to tackle our eccentricities, abandon the weaknesses, and become better writers.”

Alejandro J. Garcia, Summer Associate at Steptoe

Summer Associate Writing

FAQs

How else can we help?

Which Ross content is included in a Write.law membership?
All of Ross’s courses—Transactional Drafting I & II and Writing Workouts—are included in Write.law’s membership. If you sign up for a membership, you’ll get access to these Ross courses for as long as you remain a member.
Can I get Ross’s content for my organization?
Yes! We have enterprise plan’s and volume discounts that let you give your entire team access to Ross’s courses and master classes. Just contact us for more info.
What’s the difference between a self-paced and facilitated master class? 
Ross’s master classes come in two formats: Self-Paced or Facilitated. The Self-Paced version allows attorneys to complete modules at their own pace; the facilitated version is a live event hosted virtually by Write.law. Facilitated ,aster classes most closely replicate the experience of a live workshop.
I’m interested in live workshops—what are my options?
Write.law offers several popular virtual and in-person writing workshops for law firms, government agencies, and Fortune 500 companies. You can browse Write.law’s workshop offerings or contact us for more info.

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