Legal Writing for Law Students

Think about winning a case with your words.

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(In case you missed it, here’s what you need to know. I showed how you can convince a judge 10x times more with cleaner, crisper and persuasive arguments than pages after pages of clumsy writing with mind-boggling jargons. And I said you can achieve this easily with Write To Win.)

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But, before you can get access to the Advanced Legal Writing system, you have to learn the fundamentals. 

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So, here’s what I offer. You can either sit around, stick to lazy, pompous, and pretentious writing or …

You can take this opportunity to improve your writing skills, avoid common mistakes, and start thinking like a lawyer to win law school challenges – moot courts, class assignments, debate competitions and much more. 

Do you want to …. write better, persuade your teachers, and influence others? Then ….

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My best advice: Join me & my team of enthusiastic legal writers on the Write To Win system…. FAST TRACK your path to professional growth.


  • Understand the difference between plain english writing and legal writing
  • Champion clarity, cogency and truth with a clear, bold and readable style
  • Create persuasive legal articles
  • Eliminate verbose writing
  • Find greater opportunities for career mobility with a broad range of possibilities
  • Deal with counter arguments smartly
  • Master sound legal analysis

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Yours in Success,



It’s a simple fact. When you have the best training… you’re able to think and write like an articulate lawyer in the world. Immediately your entire life explodes around you. You have a powerful mindset, more clarity, and more confidence in writing that matters.


And for a limited time, you can have a at a discounted price – & get 5 LIVE MENTORING CALLS. This deal only lasts if you invest in yourself. After that, you pay full price. My advice: Jump on it right now. You’ll be very glad you did.

Course Description

The course introduces important legal reasoning and writing principles, basic vocabulary, and exercises to write like a lawyer. 

Course Duration

The course is provided over 6 modules and 25 lessons on legal writing principles, plus additional hours of online self-study, exercises, and reading materials.

Materials for Students

  • On-line texts and exercises
  • Access to the archive of recorded lessons

Course Curriculum

Course Introduction

  • Welcome to Legal Writing for Law Students
  • Course Overview
  • Reading Assignments

Module 1: Introduction to Plain English Legal Writing

  • Your Right to Clear Writing
  • Meaning and Concept of Legal Writing
  • Types of Legal Writing
  • Plain English Writing vs. Legal Writing
  • Essentials of Good Legal Writing
  • Legal Writing as a Four Step Process

Module 2: General Principles of Plain English Legal Writing

  • Omit Needless Words
  • Avoid Hidden Words
  • Use Base Verbs
  • Write Short Sentences
  • Arrange your words with care
  • Use Concrete and Familiar Words
  • Avoid Language Quirks
  • Self-Practice

Module 3: Active Voice vs. Passive Voice

  • The Battle between Active and Passive
  • Use Active Voice to Communicate Better
  • Use Passive Voice to Avoid Direct Confrontation
  • Self-Practice

Module 4: Grammar and Usage

  • Introduction
  • Common Grammatical Mistakes
  • Common Spelling Mistakes
  • Use Contractions for Conversational Tone
  • Absence of subject-verb agreement
  • Run-on sentences
  • Dangling modifiers
  • Self-Practice

Module 5: How to avoid writing with cliches and legal jargon.

  • No to legalese
  • Avoid Jargon
  • Cliches are out-dated
  • Use Simple Words
  • Self-Practice

Module 6: Five steps towards persuasive legal writing

  • Three Components for Persuasive Argument
  • The Power of Three – Use Parallel Phrasing
  • Aristotle's Rules For Argumentation
  • Cicero's 5-Step Formula For Effective Writing
  • Use Sound Logical Reasoning
  • Self-Practice


  • Continued Improvement
  • Further Resources

Bonus Materials

  • Basics of Blogging
  • How to write a persuasive article
  • How to draft a legal notice
  • How to draft a Anticipatory Bail petition