Joe Regalia loves working with lawyers, judges, law students, and others who want to become better legal writers. He regularly teaches and conducts workshops on all sorts of writing topics. He emphasizes the power of cognitive science--both in how we communicate with our legal readers and in how we develop our own skills.

Check out his recent legal writing articles here:

Winning on the Rules: 23 Tools for Persuading With Legal Authority

An Eye For Legal Writing: Five Ways Visuals Can Transform Your Briefs and Motions

Use Two Types of Sentence Variety in Your Legal Writing

Five Secrets To Harness The Power of Rules in Your Legal Writing

A Plaintiff and a Defendant Walk into a Bar: Simple Tools For Telling Stories in Your Legal Writing

The strength of the start: How to craft killer beginnings in your legal writing

Four ways to harness the power of words in your legal writing

The Corbin Appellate Symposium: Learning the ABC's of Top-Notch Appellate Practice

Legal Writing Like an Entrepreneur

Edify Your Editing

Head(ings) I Win, Tails I Lose

Grammar Bots Can Help Fix Your Legal Writing

Building Rules Instead of Finding Them

The Pitfalls and Power of the Paragraph

Your Legal-Writing Voice and the Quotations that Drown it Out

Of Robots and Law School

Technology Shouldn't be a Legal Writer's Trigger Word

The Approaching Legal Writing Disruption?

What a Doctor of Design Can Teach You About Legal Writing

The Art of Legal Writing: The Sentence

Pulling on the judicial heartstrings: emotion-laden language in legal writing

You shouldn't always write like Hemingway: the ideas behind your sentences.

Who cares about the law? Legal writing with emotion.

Make Sure You're the Lawyer that the Judge can Trust

Writer's Block and Productivity: The Lawyer's Editition

Playing well (as a legal writer) with others

Evidence-based legal practice--is it possible?

Making conciseness work: Content-word editing

Big Idea in Small Packages

Find the right answers, then ask the right questions

Issues issues everywhere, but not a one makes sense

The Immutable Rules

Leveraging Technology as a Legal Writer

Programming your Writing Intuition

Editing Alchemy

Hello Judge! It's me, Lawyer!

A young attorney's most important writing--Emails

Second Time's a Charm: Failing the Bar