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Law Professor – Subject Matter Expert in Antitrust Law – Remote


This is a Full-time position in Remote - US posted June 3, 2020.

Location: Remote – US

Quimbee has a massive library of content designed to help law students and attorneys succeed, every step of the way. We hire only the most brilliant professors and attorneys to write our content. But being a really smart lawyer just isn’t enough. Quimbee authors must be masters at breaking difficult concepts down and saying them simply. In this capacity, you will serve as, in effect, a legal educator. This is a position of great trust and responsibility. You are on the front lines, charged with ensuring that nothing but the highest quality content reaches Quimbees students.

Quimbee is looking for a legal academic with strong subject-matter expertise in antitrust law to write a comprehensive outline, designed to help law students prepare for classes and final exams, in that subject. We are considering a full-time or part-time hire on a limited, contract basis, with a view toward possible future work at the outline project’s conclusion. Depending on the work, we estimate that this project will take between three and five months to complete.

As an author on a given project, you’ll work collaboratively with Quimbee’s editorial team to ensure that your work is the best it possibly can be. You’ll master Quimbee’s editorial and stylistic requirements to ensure that Quimbee delivers quality content to students on time, every time.

Who You Are

  • A smart lawyer: You love the law. You were a star student in law school. You genuinely enjoy reading and dissecting case law. You have a knack for breaking down difficult concepts and explaining them clearly and concisely.
  • A recognized expert in antitrust law: You have extensive experience in antitrust law, and you have taught or published on the topic. Candidates with teaching experience or academic publications in the field are strongly preferred.
  • An outstanding writer: Youre 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.
  • An excellent communicator: You communicate clearly, effectively, and politely with your teammates. In fact, you believe in overcommunicating, because you understand that lack of communication is the root cause of a dysfunctional team.
  • A detail-oriented, tech-savvy, self-starter: Youre comfortable with technology generally and eager to learn. Youre disciplined and motivated, the kind of person who doesnt need someone looking over your shoulder to make sure youre doing your job.
  • A fun person: You dont lose your cool. You bring out the best in the people around you. You dont take yourself too seriously. You can make and take a joke.


  • JD from a top law school
  • Professional experience as a published writer or professor in antitrust law
  • Native fluency in English
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills
  • High-speed internet connection


  • Competitive compensation
  • 100% remote position
  • Possible future engagements
  • A chance to work with a team full of fun and brilliant people