Writing Fellows

The Writing Fellows are selected from a competitive group of applicants. They have excellent legal writing and analysis skills, and represent a wide range of educational, linguistic, and professional backgrounds. 

Writing Fellows are trained to work with GW Law JD and LLM students. If you’re a GW student in another program, a law school alumnus, or someone in the community who wants help with a legal writing project, please contact us at writingcenter@law.gwu.edu or 202.994.4650.

Candidates apply in the spring semester to serve as Writing Fellows during the following academic year. All rising 2L, 3L, and 4L students who enjoy legal writing are encouraged to apply. Fellows must make a two-semester commitment to the program and are eligible to reapply for a second year.

Learn more about becoming a Writing Fellow

Writing Fellows: Please follow this link for TWEN access.


The 2017-2018 Writing Fellows

Learn more about the Writing Fellows, including what LRW professors they had, what foreign languages they speak, what journals they are on, and what upper-level writing experience they have.

Fellows marked with an asterisk are returning for a second year of service.  

  • A.J. (Aanjali') Anderson
  • Karly Bader
  • Alicia Badley
  • Megan Bowers
  • Soo (Soohyun) Choi
  • Jason Czerwiec
  • Megan Elman
  • Kate (Kathleen) Geyer
  • Ethan Green *
  • Ben (Benjamin) Helfand
  • Barbara Horne-Petersdorf
  • Jamie Huelskamp
  • Sarah Johnson
  • Christina Lamoureux
  • Anna Leger*
  • Ramona Lin
  • Nickole Medel
  • Brian Medich
  • Kelsey Messina
  • Abby (Akosua) Nyantakyi
  • Ami Patel
  • Necie (Vinecia) Perkins
  • Kelley Pettus
  • Rosalia Quam-Wickham
  • Julia Rinker
  • Darby Rourick
  • Kirsten Ryan
  • Alaina Salusti
  • Taryn Sanders
  • McKenzie Schnell
  • Jana Schwartz
  • Palak Sharma
  • Kristen Shibley
  • Madeline Smedley
  • Kelsey Stein
  • Rachel Sullivan
  • Julie Sweeney
  • Kelsey Sweeney
  • Kayla Toney*
  • Patrick Valencia *
  • Katelyn Whitfield
  • Kevin Zhang

Fall 2017 Reservations

The GW Law Writing Center will open on Tuesday, September 5 on a temporary schedule. Reservations for appointments during the week of September 5 will be made online through a Google Drive document, which will be posted here shortly.

Starting on Saturday, September 9, the regular schedule will be available by clicking on the "Schedule" button below. At that time, students can sign up for a conference up to 21 days in advance. Space is limited, so you are encouraged to sign up well in advance of your desired appointment time.

 

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