I have a number of skills that might be of use to the dev team, but rather than state one thing specifically, it might be better to write of my background to see if I fit any of your needs.
I am an American law graduate working on advanced law degrees (LL.M.s) in Intellectual Property Law and International Commercial Arbitration. I was trained at a law school that teaches both common and civil law, and I have a strong grasp of international law.
I have lived in several states in the United States, Australia, Japan, and Sweden. I have traveled the globe extensively my entire life and have a keen grasp of cultural differences and the nuances of various cultures.
I lived in Japan for three years as a high school English teacher. I was involved in a number of clubs at the school, including Track and Field, Kyudo, Shodo, and the English Speaking Society. My extracurricular activities included Iaido, Aikijujutsu, and a large amount of time in local arcades and anime shops. I have an excellent understanding of the Japanese mindset and way of communication. I also sometimes have a thick Hakata accent in Japanese.
I was a copy editor for one of the largest newspapers in the world for over half a year, post college graduation and prior to moving to Japan. I was the Layout Editor for my college for a year, as well as being the occasional article writer and photographer.
During college and high school I had several short stories published, but nothing recently enough to be readily available. I am prepared to create samples as required.
I was a professional photographer for Texas Lawyer Magazine for several years, as well as for my college newspaper. I'm classically trained with a view camera, but now work with DSLR.
I am impressed with the work this team has so far produced, and would be pleased to help in whatever way required.