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Dynamic Presentations. vital Takeaways. Invaluable Materials.


Dynamic Presentations. vital Takeaways. Invaluable Materials.

innovative full-day courses created & taught by author & professor matthew R. litt, esq.


"Matt has presented to our Bar twice, and did a great job for us both times. He was easy to work with, his workshops were unique, and the presentations were dynamic. He’s enthusiastic about his courses, and his enthusiasm is contagious. The courses were both well attended, and our attorneys enjoyed them and found them very useful in their practice."

-Mary Kohlbacher; Erie County (NY) Bar Association Dir. of Continuing Education 

10 things that make our seminars unique

1. Workshops are created & presented by a law school professor with years of experience planning and teaching classes.

2. High-quality handouts are bound in book form so attendees can use them long after the seminar is over.

3. PowerPoint and all other visuals are created by a graphic design professional.

about us


Matthew was an adjunct legal writing professor at Seton Hall Law School from 2009-2014, earning student evaluations ranking him among the school's best faculty. He was the Appellate Practice & Persuasive Writing Chair at one of New Jersey’s largest firms when he resigned to start Lincolnesq to teach the art & science of goal-oriented communication, and now regularly presents his workshops to Bar and other professional associations and businesses across NY, NJ, & PA.  

Matthew is the bestselling author of Christmas 1945 – The True Story of the Greatest Celebration in American History, and has written for Time magazine, been featured in the ABA Journal, New Jersey Law Journal, and Law Crossing, and appeared on many television and radio shows including NPR’s Here & NowCBS’s Great Day Washington, and  NBC’s South Florida Today.