Coaching & Mentoring

Training and retraining your team in clear legal writing is the surest way to keep them up to date with global best practices.

Continuing Professional Development

Legal-writing consulting and training are our contributions to continuing professional development among lawyers and nonlawyers.


We prepare, edit, and review books and articles, briefs and litigation documents,  transactional documents, judicial drafts, and legislation and legislative bills.


We have trained delegates from some of Nigeria’s leading corporate bodies, law firms, and public agencies. Our Alumni keeps growing.

The Write House in Numbers

Since 2012, we have been a polishing school for lawyers, law students, judges, and other members of the legal community. Beyond the numbers, be part of our vision to be at the forefront of a client-centred and service-oriented legal community through clarity in communication and writing. 

The Write House is the acknowledged authority in Africa on legal-writing curriculum and pedagogy.
Past participants at our legal-writing training programs have been scoring The Write House an average of 90% in every workshop we organize.
Trained delegates from 144 organizations including law firms, companies, courts, and public agencies in Nigeria
We are enhancing the careers of over 260 members of our growing alumni community and providing free classes to over 1000 lawyers and nonlawyers in our online Legal Writing Classrooms.


Brief-Writing Masterclass, 25–28 Sept 2018, Grand Pela Hotel, Durumi, Abuja

When you write as we teach, you will “analyze cogently, organize logically, distill accurately, argue persuasively, cite knowledgeably, punctuate skillfully, and phrase smoothly.” Bryan A. Garner. Brief-Writing Masterclass boasts an unparalleled curriculum of persuasive advocacy brewed from an alchemical blend of ethics, law, linguistics, ethics, logic, psychology, rhetoric, and semantics. Brief-Writing Masterclass is a challenging, intensive, […]

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Colloquium on Digital Evidence, 5–6 July 2018, Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja Lagos

Since the new Evidence Act was enacted in 2011, Nigerian courts have been called upon to pronounce on admissibility of electronic evidence. Though section 84 of the Evidence Act governs admissibility of electronic evidence, the courts’ interpretation and application of section 84 have been inconsistent. With conflicting judgments from our courts, how can bench and […]

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Uncommon Law of Learned Writing, 9 July 2018, Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos The Write House
Uncommon Law of Learned Writing, 9 July 2018, Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja Lagos

As lawyers, we must not desert cool common sense in our hot pursuit of common law. Uncommon Law of Learned Writing promotes common sense in legal language. Plain language, which is commonsensical, broadens access to legal documents, thus democratizing the law. No democratic society should brook legalese, a dense, verbose dialect known only to lawyers. What then should society […]

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