Law Thesis Proof Reading


For LLM and PhD Students—Proofreading all Types of Legal Documents.

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Legal Citation

All our editing and proofreading complies with either the AGLC (AU), Business Editing, Chicago Citation (US), Harvard Style, McGill (Canada), NLSG (NZ), OSCOLA (UK), The Blue Book (US) or your choice.

Legal Proofreading

Specialising in law thesis proofreading, dissertation editing services, legal proofreading services and essay proofreading, research proposals and thesis statements for LLB, LLM and PhD law students.

For LLM & PhD

Specialising in LLM and PhD editing for candidates who speak English as a second language (ESOL). You cannot always discern the correct word for a particular legal context and terminology.

100% On-time

We know you have a deadline to meet. You will receive your document from us edited and proofread on-time or your money back. Our editors are working 24/7 to meet deadlines.

We don’t just spell check


01. Academic Proofreading

– Spelling, grammar & punctuation
– Verb tense & subject-verb
– Pronoun-noun agreements
– Paraphrasing, rewriting & rewording
– Fine-tune vocabulary & word-choice
– Strengthen academic writing style

02. Comprehensive Editing

– Repetition & redundancies
– Referencing & citation
– Correct bibliography & table of contents
– Improve statements and arguments
– Professional formatting
– Layout & style improvements

03. Re-wording & Paraphrasing

– An editor who has the right legal background, who understands your topic; sections of law; legal terms; legal citation and referencing.
– Overall review by a second editor, a fresh set of eyes to bring your document to a high level of perfection, so that you feel confident to present your thesis to your supervisors.


Avoid ‘grammar checker’ tools as they do not pick up the meaning of what you say. Many students resubmit their essay with us after it has been rejected.


We can help you develop your research proposal from wherever you are at, edit, proofread it and help you get it accepted by the university of your choice.


Get a law professor to edit and proofread your law thesis, someone who knows what your paper is about. We teach your papers at universities.


Getting into the LLM, PhD or SJD programme of your choice is a highly competitive business – your application is going to be assessed against many others.


Being a native English speaker is NOT a qualification for editing and proofreading legal documents.

On average we have found that each thesis we receive from students contains on average 20 errors on a single page. Editing and proofreading a thesis of 60,000 – 100,000 words takes about 5 days. This is because our Comprehensive Editing and Proofreading service meets academic and publishing standards.

So is your thesis error-free?


Our professors teach the following law papers at universities

We have proofreaders with experience in areas of public international law, private international law, comparative law, international criminal law, international commercial law, arbitration, company law, commercial transactions law, tort law, contract law, property law, interdisciplinary law, terrorism and law, cyber-law, cyber-terrorism, immigration law, nationality law, jurisprudence, sociology and law, civil procedure, criminal procedure and a range of other areas.

So who’s your proofreader?


Try writing down your ideas and your references, then ensure that it is long enough/contains the correct sections to be considered.

Start reading in the areas that you want to conduct your PhD. Then start writing some notes on what your research will talk about and why it is novel. Add in the references you have so far. Then we can take it from there. 

If you are stuck for ideas, let us know we will help you realise your goals of getting into a PhD program and we will do our best to assist.


Our editing and proofreading service offers more than just proofreading your thesis or dissertation. If you do some research we think that you will find almost all proofreaders simply read your work and correct obvious spelling and grammar errors. If they are not law professors they will most likely have no idea whether your terminology is correct and they will not even notice incorrect word choices.

This is especially important for an LLM or a PhD candidate who speaks English as a second language (ESOL). You cannot always discern the correct word for a particular legal context since you are not completely familiar with English legal terminology. Even specialist translators sometimes choose the wrong word for a particular legal context because they are translating – they lack the knowledge about the law in English to choose the correct terminology for the correct context.