I offer comprehensive legal writing services to attorneys across the U.S.
Mazur Legal Research is your one-stop shop for all your legal writing needs. Whether it’s brief writing, motion practice, or a complex MSJ response, I can help.
I understand that legal writing can be complex and time-consuming, which is why I offer a wide range of legal writing services to help you manage your caseload and streamline your business.
My legal writing services include:
Motion Practice: I can draft clear and persuasive motions, responses and supporting memoranda. I have a wealth of experience writing memoranda on a wide range of legal issues. I am often tasked with developing a compelling legal argument from scratch. Let me put my expertise to work for you.
Appellate Briefs: I offer comprehensive state and federal brief writing services, which includes preparing any necessary appendix or other appellate requirements.
Pleadings: I can help you with drafting, reviewing and editing complaints and developing additional causes of action.
Discovery: I routinely help my clients formulate and respond to discovery requests.
Other Memoranda and Informal Reports: I can also draft mediation statements, settlement proposals, in-house memoranda, informal email reports, and similar documents that are not intended to be filed in court.
One of the main benefits of outsourcing legal writing is that it allows attorneys to focus on other important aspects of their practice, like managing existing clients, networking and growing your business. Legal writing can be incredibly demanding and time-consuming, and by outsourcing this task to a professional legal writing service, attorneys and law firms can free up valuable time and resources that can be better spent on other important matters.
Using an experienced legal research attorney can also help your firm stay profitable. Many of my clients have practices that are busy enough to need legal writing services on a project basis, but are not so busy that they need a full-time associate.
By hiring a legal research attorney, you not only avoid those overhead costs, but you can also improve your bottom-line by charging a premium on the outsourced work. In 2008, the American Bar Association concluded that “a law firm that engaged a contract lawyer could add a surcharge to the cost paid by the billing lawyer provided the total charge represented a reasonable fee for the services provided to the client.” See ABA Formal Opinion 08-451, quoting ABA Formal Opinion 00-420. Most other state bar associations have reached the same conclusion.