Warwick Law School Outreach
Interested in developing your writing skills or thinking about a career as a professional writer?

Passionate about issues of injustice? Well, come to our Writing Wrongs workshops to develop your writing and research skills!

Our engaging workshops and individual support from academics and professional writers will help you create your own piece of writing on a social issue you are passionate about. We will support you to enter your work into competitions with prizes!

The programme is run by the University of Warwick’s School of Law and Department of English in collaboration with the national Orwell Youth Prize.

Writing Wrongs Workshop

Sunday 10 March 2019

9.30am - 3.30pm

  • Guest speaker Marverine Cole will be talking about her 20 year career as a Journalist, Broadcaster and Writer
  • Choice of workshops delivered by our team of academics and professional writers
    • Writing like a journalist
    • Developing your poetry and creative writing skills
  • Dedicated 1:1 feedback on your own writing ideas
  • Support in producing your own piece of writing to submit to the Writing Wrongs competition
    • Opportunity for the winner of the best piece of writing to see their work published in the University of Warwick’s Lacuna Magazine and gain a paid internship with the magazine in Summer 2019.
    • Everyone is encouraged to enter their final piece into the national Orwell Youth Prize.
  • Tour of Warwick's campus and and the opportunity to meet and talk to current students
  • Make your university application for Law, English or Social Sciences stand out.

When does the programme run?

Sunday 10 March 2019

9.30am - 3.30pm

How much does it cost?

There are no costs to participate. Forms to claim back travel expenses will be available on the day

Eligibility criteria


    Becca Kirk, Widening Participation Officer

    b dot kirk at warwick dot ac dot uk