Become a Freelance Writer
If you hold a minimum of an undergraduate 2:1 degree then here are a few of the reasons you should become a LawTeacher writer
- Great pay - the best rates in the industry.
- Flexibility – choose which projects you take on, when you want.
- Work on a wide variety of projects in many subject areas.
- Do what you enjoy - use your degree and work at your own pace.
- Further refining your own academic skills.
- Help others - share your skills and knowledge.
How the application process works
* You must have a minimum of a 2:1 undergraduate degree in order to be considered for a freelance writer position.
The application form itself is divided into three stages
The application form requires you to fill in your personal details, including information about your qualifications. Once you have completed this, you will receive an Application ID number, which will allow you to save and resume the application if you wish. Or, you can proceed onto the next step.
You will need to provide proof of your identity. We require two forms of identification; one photo ID (such as a passport or driving licence) and one recent proof of address (such as a utility bill).
At this point you will be asked to provide proof of your qualifications. We need to see the qualifications you hold, and it must be the certificate or transcript. You must also fill in a 200-word, first-person, personal statement to support your application.
Once complete, your application will be processed within 24 hours!
Writer job payment rates
We offer some of the most competitive rates in the industry. Our top essay writer earned £12,000 in our busier months of the year and, on average, our full time researchers earn up to £4000 per month! You can view more details about the payment rates on our writer recruitment site:
Join our legal writing team today
Law Teacher is looking for legal writers to join our expanding team today. We require qualified individuals holding a Bachelors/Undergraduate (LLB) degree or higher from the United Kingdom, Australia and United States to take on a wide variety of projects today. If you hold a law degree and have a passion for writing with superb skills in spelling & grammar, writing could be the position for you. Practice your legal skills and help others, all while doing what you love.