Click here for our page on resources and advice for scholars, where you’ll find more information on the mentoring programs available through the Legal Writing Institute.  Plus, once an article is accepted for publication, it goes through an intensive substantive review by one or more editorial board members and a technical review by several legal writing professors who volunteer as assistant editors.  This isn’t a mentoring program per se, but the review process is certainly a way for you to seek guidance from the editorial board about how to make your article as strong as possible.