A growing US-based legal firm is ramping up marketing, looking for a legal writer who can take a complex legal case(s) and summarize/simplify the matter so a C-suite executive can quickly and easily read it.
The legal writer should meet the following qualifications:
- Law school graduate
- Advanced research and writing skills
- Keen interest in business law
- Detail oriented
- Ability to produce well-researched long and short-form content with efficiency, and accuracy
- Analytical writing
- Creative writing ability to infuse emotion and storytelling as needed.
You would be:
- Conducting research, pulling documents and records related to business cases we are studying or handling.
- Preparing draft legal briefs and internal memos for US law firm business legal cases
- Writing various articles, case studies, e-books, and blog posts about famous US business cases as well as preparing other kinds of legal content.
For the right person, this is a long-term engagement.
We are based out of Dallas, Texas and are lucky to be supported by talented freelancers working remotely and virtually to deliver fantastic results to our clients.
- You're a natural-born writer! You probably spent a lot of time perfecting your craft, you have a strong grasp of grammar, and you enjoy the creative aspect of writing.
- You understand the importance of organic search and search engine optimization (and if you don't, you're willing to learn).
- You're organized and independent, but you love working in a collaborative and positive team environment
- You love creating compelling content and you're a continuous learner
- You want to grow in the role and give us the honor to grow your career with us
- You completed your legal training and graduated from law school.
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