Judith specializes in making the arcane and complicated accessible and enjoyable. She does this in a wide variety of concepts including business, especially all of financial services, including banking, commodity futures, securities, options, insurance, and real estate. She also writes extensively in law and regulatory issues, helping to turn government-ese into a language that the average person can read. In addition, Judith writes continuing education courses and other coursework and training materials. Finally, Judith does work in history, linguistics, comparative religions, and literature.
Judith loves to read and write and collect books. Other than that, she is also a dealer in collectibles and antiques. Finally, she is a lawyer, working primarily in financial services law and regulation. Judith is also a cook, a baker, and a budding (pun intended) gardener.
Graduated second in class with High Honors. Grade point 3.84/4.00. Awarded Order of the Coif. Assistant taught legal writing and returned to teach a seminar in Church and State Law after graduation. Served on Law review as editor and executive articles editor and had an article, God and Darwin in the Classroom, published. Also student taught legal writing and did independent study in constitutional law.
She has worked in a large law firm and served in the legal departments of several large financial institutions where she wrote training materials, supervisory policies and procedures, and edited marketing materials. She has also worked with these entities, as well as vendors to such institutions, as a freelance editor or writer.
Judith has served in the compliance and legal departments of several large banks, broker dealers, and futures commission merchants, where she wrote training materials and edited marketing materials. She has also worked with brokers, RIAs, banks, and credit unions, as well as vendors to such institutions, as a freelance editor or writer.
She has served in the compliance and legal departments of several large banks where she wrote training materials and edited marketing materials. She has also worked with banks and credit unions, as well as vendors to such institutions, as a freelance editor or writer.
Judith writes extensively about the various uses of insurance, including for retirement planning. She also works in the marketing compliance areas of insurance sales.
She has many years of experience, in-house and out, dealing with HR issues through memos and notices to employee handbooks. She brings all this background knowledge and recent blogging experience to your projects as well.
Having joined the financial services industry through commodity futures, Judith wrote early on energy topics. Recently, she has done a good deal of work in the renewable energy field.
As a financial services legal and compliance professional, she has become deeply involved with the cryptocurrency industry's legal and regulatory ins and outs. Further, she has learned and written about its technical issues as well.
She has several clients in the health insurance industry for whom she has produced pieces, often engaging in extensive research to prepare a given project.
Judith has written at length about the tax implications of retirement accounts and how to handle them.
As a former CIPP, she is intimately familiar with cybersecurity requirements, particularly as they affect US corporations and regulated entities in financial services.
Judith specializes in articles from 500 to 3000 words.
Judith creates blog posts ranging from 500 to 3000 words.
Judith creates web page content in the form of articles and blog posts on topics ranging as widely as eye care plans, legal topics, and honey badgers. An avid researcher, Judith is happy to take on projects where she is not necessarily familiar with the topic and works hard to achieve the voice and mood the client desires.
Judith has created landing pages for a number of websites, primarily in the legal arena, focusing in specific practice areas.
Judith frequently produces 500 to 1000 word FAQs in a variety of legal and financial topics.
Judith creates training materials and continuing education courses in a wide variety of topic areas, including financial services, real estate, and mortuary rules. These courses have ranged from 2500 to 25000 words, with exams and review questions.
Judith has produced a number of eBooks to client specifications and would be happy to do so for you.