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Many of our clients write to us after their work has been examined and they thank us for the editing and proofreading work that we provided. A common compliment is that they achieved ‘distinction’ for their thesis or their dissertation and they tell us that they wouldn’t have achieved that without our help.

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Achieving the dream of a postgraduate law degree

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Many law students finish their LLB degree and dream of undertaking an LLM or a PhD. They often dream of travelling to the US or the UK to undertake their postgraduate law studies. But they face a doubly difficult task if their first language is not English. A doctoral thesis is the highest qualification that a student can aspire to.

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Getting into a PhD program for law

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All our proofreaders have their work checked and they have MS Word technical support to solve any issues with formatting and layout. Getting into an LLM or a PhD program (or programme if you are from the UK) is not easy. But you can increase your chances of success be engaging our professional law-qualified proofreaders and editors.

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International Law 101 Dr Myra Williamson

In May 2009, New Zealand is scheduled to provide its first report to the UN Human Rights Council. A 27-page draft report dated 16 February 2009 is currently available from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade website. The report is divided into four sec- tions: methodology and consultation pro- cess; background of country; promotion […]

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Herbert Lionel Aldophus Hart (H.L.A. Hart) 1907-1992 Legal Positivist

HART’S IDEA ON THE ‘INTERNAL ASPECT OF LAW’ The ‘legal system’ according to Hart will only exist when the rules of behavior are commonly obeyed by the citizens and when the rule of recognition is commonly accepted (hopefully by everyone, but at least by officials) – they must accept these rules from “the internal point of […]

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Geographical Indications, Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge: Obligations and Opportunities for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

This article examines the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s legal obligations in one area of intel-lectual property law, namely, geographical indications (GI). It considers the opportunities for improving the existing legal framework from both a domestic and an international perspective. After an introduction, Section 2 presents a survey of the existing domestic and international laws pertaining […]

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Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women

At the invitation of the Chairperson, the delegation of Kuwait took places at the Committee table. 2. Mr. Razzooqi (Kuwait), introducing the combined third and fourth periodic reports of Kuwait (CEDAW/C/KWT/3-4), said that women’s rights were a central concern and focus of the activities of the Kuwaiti State and that violations of those rights were not […]

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Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany

Conscious of their responsibility before God and man, Inspired by the determination to promote world peace as an equal partner in a united Europe, the German people, in the exercise of their constituent power, have adopted this Basic Law. Germans in the Länder of Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hesse, Lower Saxony, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, […]

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Arab Law Quarterly Q216 By Myra Williamson

The year 1961 was a landmark in the history of Kuwait. In that year, Kuwait achieved full independence, accepted democracy as a form of government, and, last but not least, chose a French-based civil law system. It was a daring choice, because Kuwait at that time had no experience of a modern legal system. What […]

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