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Remote Legal Content Writer for Civil Rights Cases

Tuckner, Sipser, Weinstock & Sipser, LLP Published: April 21, 2024
Location
535 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10017, New York
Work can be done remotely
Job Type
Company Type
Small Business

Description

Are you a gifted writer who can draft compelling content swiftly and effectively? We are looking for remote, project-based assistance to help draft EEOC Charges, court complaints, and demand letters. This role is ideal if you are a natural writer—someone who writes like the wind and has a writer's ear.
While you don’t need to be a lawyer, legal knowledge is a definite plus, especially if you have experience or interest in civil rights and sex-based discrimination cases, as well as advocacy for the rights of underrepresented groups.

This role is perfect for someone in transition, such as a lawyer-turned-new parent looking to stay professionally active on a flexible schedule, or any sharp-minded individual passionate about making a difference through precise and impactful writing.

Key Requirements:
* Exceptional writing ability with the capability to produce clear, persuasive, and concise content.
* Ability to work remotely and communicate effectively with clients to ensure accuracy and authenticity of the documents.
* Interest in civil rights, particularly in advocating for women and historically marginalized communities, is highly desirable.
* Legal background is beneficial but not mandatory.

Compensation: $50 - $100 per hour, depending on experience and specific skills. We value expertise in legal content writing and are prepared to offer competitive compensation reflective of your ability to produce high-quality work. This role is perfect for candidates seeking flexible, part-time opportunities with the potential to impact significant civil rights and discrimination cases. Additionally, for the right candidate, there is potential for this position to evolve into full-time employment. We are committed to equitable pay and transparency in line with New York's pay transparency laws.

Benefits:
* Flexible work hours perfect for new parents or those transitioning back into the workforce.
* Opportunity to contribute to meaningful cases involving civil rights and discrimination.
* Work remotely from anywhere.

We value diversity and encourage anyone with a passion for justice and equality to apply, especially if you’re eager to support cases that make a difference. If you're ready to contribute to our dynamic team and help us drive important changes, we would love to hear from you!

Application Instructions

Please include the following with your application to help us assess your fit for this role:

1. Cover Letter: Please provide a cover letter that introduces yourself and explains why you are interested in this role and how your experience aligns with our needs. This is your opportunity to demonstrate your writing skills and passion for civil rights and discrimination cases.

2. Writing Samples: Include 1-2 samples of your writing that showcase your ability to communicate effectively and persuasively. We value authenticity and would like to see work that represents your true writing style.

3. Optional Context: If you wish, provide a brief description of the context for each writing sample, such as the document's purpose and its intended audience. This can help us better understand your approach to the work.

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