Lady Wèi Shuò (Traditional: 衛鑠, Simplified: 卫铄) (272-349), commonly addressed just as Lady Wei (衛夫人 Wei Furen), was a calligrapher of Eastern Jin Dynasty China who established consequential rules about the Regular Script. A famous disciple of hers is Wang Xizhi.
- Courtesy name: Mòuyī (茂猗)
- Sobriquet: He'nan (和南)
Wei's The Picture of Ink Brush (筆陣圖) describes the Seven Powers (七勢) that later became the famous Eight Principles of Yong.
Her other works include:
- Famous Concubine Inscription (名姬帖 Ming Ji Tie)
- The Inscription of Wei-shi He'nan (衛氏和南帖 Wei-shi He'nan Tie)