About 7Sage Hiring

We're looking to hire educators with a talent for teaching. In our minds, that means someone who can take a complex, difficult concept and break it down in clear, simple language. We want to work with you to create the finest legal educational content on the market.

Open Positions

Content Developer for Bar Prep Materials

We are currently developing outlines and audio lectures to help law school graduates prepare for the bar exam.

We are looking for someone with a passion for legal education, a talent for bringing legal concepts to life, and the ability to break down complex legal doctrines to make them accessible to a general audience.

Candidates must have passed the bar exam. They must also have excellent understanding of legal doctrine. The ideal candidate will have professional writing experience (as a lawyer or otherwise), law teaching experience, or both.

Pay is highly competitive. Time commitment is flexible.

How to apply

Please send to ryan@7sage.com:
(1) a resume that describes any relevant background; and
(2) a sample audio recording (10 minutes or less) of you teaching a discrete subject in the law.

We are interested in evaluating the quality of your teaching, not the technical quality of the audio recording so please use the simplest method of audio recording you have at your disposal.

LSAT Tutor

7Sage Tutoring offers both individual and group instruction for LSAT students, using 7Sage’s innovative curriculum. We’re currently looking to hire new tutors for our expanding tutoring service. Tutors work one-on-one with tutoring students over Zoom, deliver live group classes, and provide webinars and other LSAT-related services.

Candidates must have a score in the 99th percentile (174 or higher). Ideal candidates will have prior tutoring/teaching experience (LSAT or otherwise), a talent for simplifying complicated ideas, and a passion for the LSAT.

Pay is highly competitive. Time commitment is flexible.

How to apply

Please send to studentservice@7sage.com a sample audio recording (10 minutes or fewer) where you explain this LSAT question.

We are interested in evaluating the quality of your teaching, not the technical quality of the audio recording, so please use the simplest method of audio recording you have at your disposal.