01. Academic Proofreading
– Spelling, grammar & punctuation
– Verb tense & subject-verb
– Pronoun-noun agreements
– Paraphrasing, rewriting & rewording
– Fine-tuning 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
– A law professor who has the right legal background, who understands your topic; sections of law; legal terms; legal citation and referencing.
– Overall review by a second professor, 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.
04. Rejected by examiners
We often re-edit thesis that has been proofread by other proofreading websites. Most proofreaders fail to comply with the OSCOLA or the Blue Book when checking your referencing—because it is tricky and time-consuming—and thus your thesis will not likely proceed to an oral examination until those errors are corrected.
Being a native English speaker is not a qualification for editing and proofreading a legal thesis.