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Proofreading by J.D.s
 

There is a basic difference between proofing your brief and proofing the appendix. Whereas your appendix is proofread word for word to match the original, the actual text of your e-mailed brief does not change when formatted.  Your original work product changes only in style (font, margins, etc.), not substance.  We offer several levels of proofing depending on your needs.

• Initial Proofing

Our J.D.s catch and fix most problems such as case citations, spelling and misnumbered headings during the formatting process, especially while building the Tables of Contents and Authorities. There is no extra charge for this; Initial Proofing is part of our service.

• Enhanced Proofing

In addition we offer Enhanced Proofing where we thoroughly read your brief, looking at grammar, spelling, and little nits that are not obvious during formatting. It is a second set of eyes, and it is an add-on so you don’t pay for this service unless you want or need it.

M. Miller Baker

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Co-heads the Firm’s nationally rated Appellate Practice Group
McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Washington, D.C.

“Megan did a wonderful job on the proofing.  It was a delightful experience to work with you all on this.  Next time we will have you format the TOC/TOA.”

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