The Writing Center is staffed by approximately 50 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, please review the Writing Center's policies.
Who We Serve
The Writing Center welcomes all law students, including:
1Ls working on FL assignments
Students working on writing samples
2Ls and 3Ls working on seminar papers or journal notes*
LLMs working on theses*
Students working on papers for skills competitions
*You must confirm with your professor or skills board advisor that you are permitted to use the Writing Center.
All Writing Center conferences are governed by the Writing Center Policies. Students are responsible for reviewing the following Policies document in advance of their first Writing Center conference.
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