WHO WE ARE
DueCourse is a learning and professional development platform that helps lawyers develop essential skills and achieve peak performance. We work with professional development teams at top law firms across the country to design personalized courses that support their training programs.
We believe that every lawyer should have access to the resources they need to grow as a professional and accelerate their development. We want to change the way learning happens in the legal industry by utilizing technology and modernizing how we train and support lawyers at every stage of their career.
We're building an AI-powered platform that creates customized learning paths for lawyers, allowing them to map and track their progress and take control of their development.
DueCourse is based in San Francisco and is a proud member of the inaugural cohort of LexLab, UC Hastings’ legal tech incubator and an innovation hub for emerging legal technologies.
DREW AMOROSO | Founder
I founded DueCourse to address a big problem I saw in the legal community: a lack of effective, modern development resources for lawyers. I believe in the power of providing lawyers with the information they need to take control of their practice and career.
I started my career as a senior associate at Reed Smith and I'm the immediate past president of the Barristers Club at the Bar Association of San Francisco. I'm a visiting lecturer at UC Davis School of Law, the University of San Francisco, and Golden Gate University, where I teach a Practice Ready Seminar designed to prepare law students to make the transition from students to practice-ready lawyers.
I'm also passionate about promoting wellness both in the legal industry and in our communities. Prior to DueCourse, I founded Move Legal, a law firm focused on counseling clients in the fitness and health and wellness industries. I'm currently the president of StandUpKids, a non-profit whose mission is to give every public school child access to a standing desk in the next 10 years.
I'm a proud alum of UC Davis School of Law where I served as Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review.