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Check out what's new at Write.law! We regularly add new lessons, skill paths, and live workshops so that your skills stay fresh. 

Upcoming Workshop: Legal Research Tactics

Join law professor and nationally-known trainer Joe Regalia in a 45-minute micro workshop as he explores some of the simplest, most useful legal research tools and tricks. 
  • January 19, 2022 at 1:00PM (EST)
  • Open to members and individual registration
  • 45 minutes

New Lesson Alert: Writing Style Moves

Check out our latest legal writing practice.

New Lesson Alert: Writing Style Moves

Check out our latest legal writing practice.
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New Lesson Alert: Virtual Hearings and Smart Parentheticals

Check out our two newest practice of law and legal writing lessons: Virtual Hearings and Smart Parentheticals.

New Lesson Alert: Applying the Law to the Facts

Our latest lesson—Applying the Law to Your Facts—helps you write stronger application sections when analyzing rules.

New Lesson Alert: Drafting Pleadings and Drafting Affidavits

This week we released two new lessons on drafting two key litigation documents: pleadings and affidavits.

New Lesson Alert: Focusing Readers on What Matters and Personifying Your Points

Add a dash of style to your writing with two new legal writing techniques: Focusing Readers on What Matters and Personifying Your Points. 

New Lesson Alert: No-Code Apps and Listening Skills

Check out the two latest Write.law lessons covering the basics of No-Code Apps and how to improve your listening skills.

New Lesson Alert: Providing Client Service and Interviewing Like a Pro

This week we released two new practice of law lessons focused on client service and interviewing skills. Check them out now!

New Lesson Alert: Comparing and Analogizing Cases, Legal Logic, and More

Explore four new lessons focused on improving your legal analysis and litigation writing.
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