The GW Law Writing Center will open on Monday, January 14 on a temporary schedule. Reservations for appointments during the week of January 14 will be made online through this Google Drive document.
Starting on Saturday, January 19, the regular schedule will be available by clicking on the "Schedule an Appointment" button below.
The Writing Center, a component of the Legal Research and Writing Program, offers one-on-one writing conferences, multi-person workshops, videos, tip sheets, and other resources to legal writers of any class year and ability.
The Writing Center is staffed by approximately 45 Writing Fellows, who are upper-level law students with strong writing and analysis skills. Writing Fellows are trained to work with writers at any stage of the writing process, from brainstorming and outlining, to developing the structure of legal analysis, to publishing a near-finished product. The goal of each writing conference is to help student writers become skilled and critical readers of their own writing.
Writing Fellows do not spell-check, grammar-check, cite-check, or proofread. Instead, they help students develop strategies for recognizing global problems in their work.
To learn more about the Writing Center, please review its Policies.