Walter Lowney, J.D.
Walter Lowney is the author of A Visual Model for Business Writing, Nine Secrets of Powerful Presentations, Persuasive Legal Writing and Reasoning and The Leverage Points of Winning Proposals. He has the practical experience needed to answer the technical, legal and business professional's communication questions—experience acquired from more than fifteen years of helping clients prepare major proposals and presentations and conducting highly acclaimed workshops. The workshops consistently receive outstanding reviews from Fortune 500 Corporations including Booz Allen Hamilton, AT&T, Exxon Mobil and federal agencies such as NASA, , the Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. State Department, the USDA and GSA.
Prior to his career as a trainer, Mr. Lowney was the director of Berkshire Legal Services Western Branch, a partner in the firm of Lesser and Lowney, an Associate General counsel at the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and instructed legal writing at Boston University and clinical practice at the University of Pennsylvania. He earned a JD from Boston University, where he was a senior editor of the Boston University Law Review. Awarded a Ford Foundation grant, Mr. Lowney completed a LLM from the University of Pennsylvania. He was also awarded a Gowen Fellow for post-graduate work at Boston College.
His menu of written communication training topics includes:
- Effective Business and Technical Writing
- Winning Proposals
- Persuasive Legal Writing and Reasoning
- Effective Writing for Auditors
- Effective Writing for Administrative Assistants
- Studies and Reports: Research, Analysis, and Drafting
- Writing Effective Procedures, Policy, and Regulation