Founded in 2007, Quimbee is one of the most widely used and respected study aids for law students. With a massive and growing library of case briefs, video lessons, definitions, and practice questions, Quimbee helps its members achieve academic success in law school. Quimbee can be accessed on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.
The position is 100% remote. All you need is an internet connection and a quiet place to work.
The Quimbee Freelancer Program is for exceptional legal writers who want to help Quimbee grow its database of case summaries. Admission to the program is extremely competitive.
How it works
We'll mail you a law school casebook. You'll brief some (maybe all) of the cases in it. We'll give you writing guidelines that you must follow. That's about it.
Who we're looking for
You're a really smart lawyer. This means you have a JD from a reputable law school. (If you're a law student, sorry, you'll need to wait a little longer to apply.) You graduated toward the top of your class. You're the kind of person your fellow law students would hire to represent them.
You're an incredible legal writer. Ideally, you served on a law journal (law review would be even better). If you got something published, then that's extra points. You're a stickler for grammar. Your friends make fun of you, but you wear it as a badge of honor. You understand that less is more, details matter, and small words are better than big words.
Quimbee Freelancers are paid at a starting rate of $25 per summary. The typical project size is approximately 100 summaries, which makes the average compensation on each project roughly $2,500. However, project sizes and payouts do vary depending on the casebook. You must be able to write at least five case briefs per week.
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