California Bar Exam Multiple-Choice Question Author

Founded in 2007, Quimbee is one of the most widely used and respected study aids for law students and attorneys. With a massive and growing library of case briefs, video lessons, definitions, and practice questions, Quimbee helps its members achieve academic success in law school and beyond. Quimbee can be accessed on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.

This position is 100% remote.

We hire brilliant legal writers, law professors, and subject-matter experts to write our content. Quimbee authors must be masters at breaking difficult concepts down and explaining them simply. In this capacity, you will serve as 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 Quimbee’s students.

We are seeking legal writers, law professors, legal practitioners, with expertise in California law as it is tested on the California bar exam. You will assist in improving Quimbee’s California bar exam course with special emphasis on authoring multiple-choice questions based on the content of Quimbee’s video lessons. 

This hire will be on a contract basis, with a view toward possible future work at the project’s conclusion. 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.


  • Draft multiple-choice questions that prepare students for the California bar exam, following the general style of MBE questions. 
  • Draft answer explanations in accessible, easy-to-understand language that exhibits mastery of California law as it is tested on the bar exam. 
  • Participate in the editorial process using our task-management platform.


Minimum requirements: 

  • One year experience in legal publishing or legal education
  • Experience demonstrating your expertise in California law as it is tested on the California Bar Exam
  • Successful passage of the California Bar Exam
  • Graduate from an ABA accredited law school

Preferred requirements: 

  • JD from a Tier 1 law school
  • Graduation at the top of your class
  • Journal or law review experience
  • Publication history
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Familiarity with oblong task-management platforms and remote collaboration


  • $50 per question