Sign up through MyWC Online at uchastings.mywconline.com for a one-on-one appointment with a LWR/Moot Court Teacher or LW&R/Moot Court Staff Member. Appointments are for a 15 or 30-minute time block, and you will be prompted to provide your written work or specific issues during sign up. Students should arrive at the LWRC, Room 468, at the beginning of their appointment time. If you are submitting more than 2 pages for review, you must schedule a 30-minute appointment. For longer appointments, the instructor will take up to 15-minutes to review the written work. During that 15 minute time block, you can spend time reviewing your written work and prepare questions for the advisor. Students will spend 15 minutes discussing their writing concerns with the writing advisor.
The Legal Writing Resource Center provides assistance with research, grammar, citations, editing, and factual and analytical development of student writing.
Through individual student conferences, the Legal Writing Resource Center strives to provide feedback on written work including writing organization, outlining, analysis and the correct and effective use of legal authority and precedent. The Legal Writing Resource Center has a library of legal writing texts, handouts, materials, and online resources developed to help students succeed in law school and in their professional careers.
For additional questions, please contact the Legal Writing Resource Center staff in the LW&R/Moot Court office or email email@example.com.