Subject Matter Expert – Bankruptcy
Subject Matter Expert – Bankruptcy (REMOTE)
- Charlotte, North Carolina, or Remote, United States
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 and on the bar exam. With our newest products, we now are instrumental in helping attorneys meet their CLE requirements.
This position is 100% remote. All you need is an internet connection and a quiet place to work.
We are seeking a bankruptcy guru who can advise us and create a detailed plan involving the development of a library of content in bankruptcy for attorneys to make use of on our practice area pages. At this stage, we are only seeking the design of the master outline and not the actual content. This would be a short-term engagement on a consultancy basis.
Who You Are
- An expert in the law: You’re passionate about bankruptcy law and can easily guide others on the developments in bankruptcy practice.
- A smart lawyer: You love and excel in the law. You genuinely enjoy reading and dissecting the law. You have a knack for breaking down difficult concepts and explaining them clearly and concisely.
- An outstanding writer: You’re passionate about good writing. In addition to your substantive knowledge, you bring a mastery of grammar, spelling, and style guides. You could teach composition 101 at a top university.
- A fantastic communicator: You communicate clearly and effectively with peers, colleagues, and learners alike.
- A detail-oriented, tech-savvy, self-starter: You are comfortable with technology, especially audio-video software, and you’re a quick learner. You are disciplined and motivated.
- A fun person: You bring out the best in the people around you. You don’t take yourself too seriously. You make jokes in your presentations and genuinely enjoy what you do.
- JD from a leading and accredited law school
- License to practice law in at least one state
- Minimum of 10 years of professional experience as an attorney and/or professor in bankruptcy law
- Previous experience as a law professor and/or teaching the law to others is a major plus.