Loyola Law School Writing Center
Loyola’s virtual Writing Center offers writing support and resources to current students and recent graduates seeking to refine their legal writing skills. Whether it’s assistance on a graded assignment for a course, general advice on revision strategies, or help polishing a writing sample, Loyola offers a variety of resources, including one-on-one appointments, written feedback on writing samples, and writing and editing workshops. To find out which resource is best for you, please email the Writing Center Director, Prof. Ronda Fox, at Ronda.Fox@lls.edu.
Meet the Director of our Writing Center
Professor Ronda Fox oversees the Loyola Legal Writing Teaching Assistants Program, has taught Legal Research & Writing, and has worked for many years as a Writing Specialist. She was also in private practice for decades, specializing in real estate litigation, and is an editor for a number of academic publications. In addition to her J.D., she has a Ph.D. in English/Composition Theory. Professor Fox believes that the goal of all writing is to establish the most effective possible relationship with readers. Through the wide array of writing support programs Loyola offers, and the talented professors and teaching assistants who work in them, she feels privileged to help students master linguistic form as a means to that end: marshalling words to achieve a real-world outcome.