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In the fall semester, there are 12-13 Writing Fellow positions available -- 10 Classroom Writing Fellow positions and 2-3 Senior Writing Fellow positions. Each Classroom Writing Fellow is assigned to an individual Writing Professor to help with mentoring first-year students, critiquing papers, conducting practice oral arguments, writing sample answers, creating writing problems, teaching, and holding office hours. Senior Writing Fellows assist Professor Rabe and Professor Salmon with the administration of the writing program by creating assignments, researching problems, writing sample answers, arranging for guest speakers, and completing other tasks as requested. All Classroom Fellows receive two units of pass/fail credit. Senior Writing Fellows receive two-three units of pass/fail credit.

 

Fall Writing Fellows are chosen during the preceding spring semester. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Professor Rabe by email (rabe@law.arizona.edu). In your application, indicate your phone number, e-mail address, the name of your small-section professor, the name of your spring writing professor, and  -- if applicable -- the name of your Persuasive Communication professor. Deadline for applications is generally mid-March, but check with the legal writing office for details.

 

 
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Fall Writing Fellows are chosen during the preceding spring semester. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Professor Rabe by email (rabe@law.arizona.edu). In your application, indicate your phone number, e-mail address, the name of your small-section professor, the name of your spring writing professor, and  -- if applicable -- the name of your Persuasive Communication professor. Deadline for applications is generally mid-March, but check with the legal writing office for details.

 
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