Editing & Proofreading Examples

Why do students choose us?

Our law professors 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.

At least 35 errors

Every thesis we receive from students, contains at least 35 errors on a single page. On average editing and proofreading a thesis of 50,000 to 100,000 words takes a law professor about 5 days. This is because our Comprehensive Editing and Proofreading meets academic and publishing standards.

Rejected by examiners

We often re-edit theses that has been proofread by other proofreading companies. Most proofreading companies fail to comply with the OSCOLA or the Blue Book when checking your referencing and thus your thesis cannot proceed to an oral examination. Other common reasons for rejection are the incorrect use of legal terminology, poor arguments/analysis and an overall lack of coherence.