The Peer Writing Assistance Program is available to assist students struggling with law school related writing. Students may bring any law school project for review, including memoranda, class papers, law review articles or writing samples. Trained writing assistants will work with the student in developing or refining critical writing skills.
Writing Specialist, Adrienne Foederer ’07
Adrienne was the Law Clerk for the Honorable David Homer, U.S. Magistrate Judge, from 2007 – 2012 and then for the Honorable Christian Hummel, U.S. Magistrate Judge, from 2012 – 2015. She has extensive writing experience and has supervised the written work of more than 25 law interns throughout her career.
Adrienne is co-teaching the first year Law School Success seminar with Professor Joe Buffington and is also available for individual appointments on Wednesday evenings and on Thursday and Friday.
For more information please see the "Sign Up Sheets" on the Writing Center's TWEN page or contact Adrienne Foederer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Writing Assistants
Where the writing under review is a class
assignment, writing assistants will only review the assignment after
having received permission from the faculty member who has assigned the
project. In addition, writing assistants will always follow any
limitations placed on the review by the assigning faculty member.
writing assistants will assist students in identifying problems with
their writing and then work with the students to develop a plan to
address those problems. Peer writing assistants are not editors and will
never give feedback on the substance of a paper.
To schedule an appointment, please contact Stephanie Minerley at email@example.com.
Also, please check out our Facebook page for writing and grammar tips and tricks at https://facebook.com/AlbanyLawSchoolWritingCenter/.