Nolo, in partnership with Martindale-Hubbell, seeks writers to contribute well-written, informative articles on criminal law. Writers must have demonstrated legal expertise and be able to put the law into plain English for a general audience.
We’re looking for lawyers who are passionate about explaining everyday legal issues to the lay person.Janet Portman, Attorney and Nolo Editor
This is a 100% freelance, telecommuting position. Assignments, writing, editing, and submissions are handled through our online system. All you need is a computer, Internet access, and the ability to deliver clean, concise copy on a variety of criminal law topics.
- A law degree, at least three years of experience as a practicing lawyer, and no professional disciplinary history.
- Ability to write in a professional, authoritative tone.
- Aptitude for parsing cases, statutes, and secondary sources.
- Attention to detail and a commitment to providing accurate information.