We don't just spell check your thesis
Our law professors will fine-tune vocabulary, strengthen academic writing style to improve statements & arguments and best of all suggest content improvements to your thesis.
Email, text or Skype your editor to discuss your proofreading requirements.
We only engage with law academics, so you can be assured of receiving professional proofreading
We know what you are saying, because we teach your subjects at universities.
No Extra Charge
There is no extra charge for any amendments requested by the examiners.
Editing & Proofreading
Specialising in the editing and proofreading of law theses / dissertations, abstracts & research proposals. That's all what we do!
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Do you need help with your research proposal? Before you start or even if you have started see options and prices.
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Our editing and proofreading include:
- Spelling, grammar & punctuation
- Verb tense & subject-verb
- Pronoun-noun agreements
- Repetition & redundancies
- Referencing & citation
- Correct bibliography & table of contents
- Paraphrasing, rewriting & rewording
- Fine-tune vocabulary & word-choice
- Strengthen academic writing style
- Improve statements and arguments
- Professional formatting
- Layout & style improvements
- A new set of eyes to bring your document to a high level of perfection, so that you feel confident to present it to your supervisors
- A detailed report explaining the changes that we made to your thesis.
Click on the Submit Your Thesis button when you are ready, then fill in the submission form and upload your thesis.
Once we have received your thesis, we will check it and email you a confirmation before we begin proofreading.
Edited & Completed
An SMS will be sent to your mobile phone to alert you to the fact that it has been completed and emailed to you.
We are available via email & WhatsApp
Should you want further advice or even if you wish to make further changes. We will support you until you submit your thesis at no extra charge.
We guarantee your pass.
You wouldn’t expect a lawyer to edit and proofread a chemistry thesis, right? Likewise, we will not place your work in the hands of someone who is new to your field. If you are writing a law thesis you need a law academic to proofread it, ideally, someone who has the relevant academic knowledge as well as years of experience in research and writing to enhance your thesis and ultimately improve your grade.
Why do students choose you?
We have taught many law students from around the world. We have written many exams, essays, articles and reviews. We have read many theses on different topics. Thus, over the years we have built a significant base of knowledge and experience. We know what makes a good thesis and what doesn’t.
Most students appreciate the fact that a law professor is proofreading their thesis. It gives them confidence in submitting their thesis to the examiners.
We help you write your research proposal.
So you have chosen your topic, you have researched it and started writing the proposal for your LLM or PhD thesis. Along the way you find that you need help. Can we help you? Yes, we can. We can review your proposal for style and content. We can also provide advice on the topic, thesis statement, important sources and overall structure. Please contact us now to discuss your proposal with one of our law professors.
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- How to write a research proposal for PhD program in law
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- Jerome Frank, Law & The Modern Mind
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- Is your proofreader a law professor?
- Style guide – does your university require you to use one?
- Want to pass or gain distinction?
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- OSCOLA: Primary sources citations
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