No, we have a strict anti-plagiarism policy which does not allow us to do this.
Proofreading and Editing for law students and academics.
Proofreading looks for surface errors such as spelling, punctuation and it includes some light editing. Editing addresses the structure and flow of a document – it also includes proofreading and the opportunity to discuss your work if required.
The cost of proofreading is £7.99 per 1,000 words. The cost of editing is £10.99 per 1,000 words.
Editing costs more because it requires more changes and can take much longer to do. Re-checking your work is also included in this price.
We will send you an invoice once we have reviewed your work. Payment can be made via PayPal or direct bank transfer. We must receive payment before we return your work unless payment is being made by your university/law firm.
Yes, we give discounts if the work is of an exceptionally high standard or for very long pieces of work (over 50,000 words). Regular customers may also be considered for a discount. In addition, we sometimes have promotional offers, please check our recent tweets.
Send your documents to us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. When we reply we will tell you whether you need proofreading or editing.
We will reply by email as soon as we receive your work.
Yes, all information is directly uploaded to our secure server and you retain the copyright to the work at all times, regardless of the level of editing we perform.
Yes, we will return two copies of all completed work to you. One will be the clean final edited version with some comments, and the other will contain Microsoft Word Track Changes showing and explaining where and why changes were made.
This depends on how long it is and how much work it requires. When you send us your work, we will agree a time that we will be able to return it to you.
Yes, depending on the level of editing required and the number of words – we can arrange an express service. There will be a 30% surcharge for this.
Yes, a telephone call can be set up to discuss any concerns or questions that you have.
Yes, it's an online service.