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Jennifer Kain Kilgore

Jennifer Kain Kilgore - Ghostwriter

Natick, MA, United States

I'm a ghostwriter, editor, and writer specializing in legal, academic, creative, and corporate clients.

Overview

Hi there! My name is Jennifer, and I am a freelance editor, writer, and licensed attorney. I have worked extensively as a ghost writer, content writer, and copy writer. In terms of editing, I currently work as an attorney editor, checking corporate materials for both grammatical and legal clarity. I have worked for publications ranging from newspapers to magazines to websites, and I have done everything from developmental editing to line editing to copy editing. I am also very comfortable with research (and am happy to do that for you, as well).

I typically specialize in legal and corporate clients, though I very much enjoy working with creative projects and have done that many times before. I would welcome the opportunity to broaden my professional horizons and delve back into that territory.

These are some of my projects that do not appear on Amazon, but of which I am very proud:
"Leaders in Legal Business (various authors; edited by Jennifer Kain Kilgore); "Professional Services Networks" (written by Stephen McGarry; edited by Jennifer Kain Kilgore) The New England Journal of International and Comparative Law (managing editor 2012; associate editor 2011; published in volume 18.1); and "The Independent Business Law Firm" (various authors; edited by Jennifer Kain Kilgore).

When I have the time I work on my own projects, I write fictional novels, short stories, and literary nonfiction. My short story, "The Four Horsemen's Education," was recently published in the first fiction anthology by daCuhna.global. I am a graduate of Ohio University (B.S., Journalism, 2009, cum laude) and the New England School of Law (J.D., 2012).

I look forward to working with you!

Services
Languages
English (CAN) English (UK) English (US)
Fiction
Anthologies Short Story
Non-Fiction
Business & Management Economics Law

Certifications

  • Massachusetts Bar
  • Internal Revenue Service

Work experience

Attorney Editor

Enjuris
October, 2016 – Present (about 1 year)

Responsibilities: edit and develop content for, a website devoted to personal injury law and individuals who have been in any sort of accident. This includes developmental editing, line editing, copy editing, writing articles, and checking the website for legal clarity.

Attorney Editor

Association of International Law Firm Networks
January, 2016 – Present (almost 2 years)

Responsibilities: work with the founder of and World Services Group, Stephen J. McGarry, on the official launch of AILFN, Inc. This includes corresponding with writers, assisting authors with articles, developmentally editing their writing, copy editing publications, and line editing.

Attorney Editor

Benzinga.com
July, 2014 – December, 2014 (5 months)

Responsibilities: reviewed, edited, and proofread front-page stories for a financial news website.

Editor & Writer

Self-employed
May, 2014 – Present (over 3 years)

Responsibilities: provide writing, ghostwriting, research, and editorial services in a freelance capacity for books, blogs, academic papers, journals, corporate materials, and more.

Associate Attorney

Brown & Knight, LLC
September, 2012 – December, 2015 (about 3 years)

Responsibilities: practiced in areas of domestic and international estate planning, contracts, taxation, corporate planning, probate, and real estate.

Consultant

The Last Word Films, LLC
October, 2011 – December, 2013 (about 2 years)

Responsibilities: developmentally edited and proofread movie script; researched legal issues for a film company regarding tax treatments, distribution, and copyright.

Research Assistant

Professor George Dargo
September, 2011 – December, 2011 (3 months)

Responsibilities: edited and proofread book, From Colony to Empire: Episodes in Legal American History.

Editorial Assistant, Researcher, and Freelancer

Berkshire Living Magazine / Berkshire Business Quarterly
November, 2006 – August, 2009 (over 2 years)

Responsibilities: wrote articles, researched, fact-checked stories, edited stories, and proofread for both Berkshire Living magazine and its ancillary publication, Berkshire Business Quarterly.

Portfolio (3 selected works)

Colony to Empire: Episodes in American Legal History

George Dargo

Description (3900 characters maximum): Clark, NJ: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2012. xxii, 363 pp. The noted historian and author of Jefferson's Louisiana has collected a dozen essays that span legal issues from the development of the United States from the legal rights of colonists, to the Red Scare of 1920, issues revolving around Sunday blue laws in Massachusetts in the 1950s to the legal is... read more

Description (3900 characters maximum): Clark, NJ: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2012. xxii, 363 pp. The noted historian and author of Jefferson's Louisiana has collected a dozen essays that span legal issues from the development of the United States from the legal rights of colonists, to the Red Scare of 1920, issues revolving around Sunday blue laws in Massachusetts in the 1950s to the legal is... read more

How to Make Big Money in Small Apartments

Lance Edwards

This book reveals how anyone can skip the competition and get started with small apartments - whether new or experienced. Through detailed explanation and over 40 case studies, you’ll learn how to make money by wholesaling, buying, and/or rehabbing small apartment buildings - using none of your own cash or credit, and with no prior experience. You will discover the step-by-step approaches for ... read more

This book reveals how anyone can skip the competition and get started with small apartments - whether new or experienced. Through detailed explanation and over 40 case studies, you’ll learn how to make money by wholesaling, buying, and/or rehabbing small apartment buildings - using none of your own cash or credit, and with no prior experience. You will discover the step-by-step approaches for ... read more

Fibonacci Trading: How to Master the Time and Price Advantage

Carolyn Boroden

Made famous by the Italian mathematician Leonardo De Pisa, the Fibonacci number series holds a Golden Ratio that is universally found in nature and used by architects, plastic surgeons, and many others to achieve “perfect” aesthetic proportions. Now, in this groundbreaking guide, noted technical trading advisor Carolyn Boroden shows you how Fibonacci pattern studies can be used as an extremely... read more

Made famous by the Italian mathematician Leonardo De Pisa, the Fibonacci number series holds a Golden Ratio that is universally found in nature and used by architects, plastic surgeons, and many others to achieve “perfect” aesthetic proportions. Now, in this groundbreaking guide, noted technical trading advisor Carolyn Boroden shows you how Fibonacci pattern studies can be used as an extremely... read more

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