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  1. Editing and Proofreading


    1. Legal Essays: Legal essays fall somewhere between research papers and blogs, and we help you to bridge the gap and determine the depth of the legal research required and analyse your legal writing to add or amend and provide feedback on the same.

      Although shorter than research papers and theses, in terms of their length, legal essays must meet a certain standard to leave an impression on the readers. We keep various factors of writing in mind before we begin legal developmental editing for your essays. Some of these include the target audience, the length required/prescribed, the format, the citation style and most importantly, the sources referred to.

    2. Abstract and Executive Summary: A brief description of your work can either hook the readers’ attention or make them develop a bias against your work, we help you do the former.

      An abstract, if drafted well, can get a reader curious and make them want to go through the entire piece; if not, then it can make a reader want to dismiss the written piece as an insincere attempt at legal writing. At WOLR, we believe in creating abstracts that not only convey your ideas concisely but also engage the readers.

    3. Bibliography: In addition to just listing the right list of books, we also ensure that the format to be followed is strictly adhered to.

      To be able to become a prominent legal academician, you will be required to make an honest bibliography (list) of books referred by you in your work.

      When listing down the books you have referred to for your paper/presentation, it often gets difficult to figure out which abbreviations to use and which ones to avoid. WOLR manages that for you and helps you ensure that minor mistakes are avoided.

  1. Institutional Publication


    1. Government Reports:

We assist  to prepare reports in tandem with the Government.

The reports published by the government serve the purpose of conveying information to the general public about the development programs, analyses, policy implementation, etc. that the government has undertaken in various fields and the progress that is made with regards to the same. But, many reports of government bodies are under harsh criticism for having been drafted poorly. The various grounds for the criticism include lack of structure, poor grammar, incomplete data, poor aesthetics, etc.

We, at WOLR, draft a variety of reports that are concise and that accurately convey the data gathered by various agencies. Whether they are reports related to development of sports training programs, Law Commission Reports, or reports related to other development activities undertaken by the government, we employ rigorous standards of writing to draft them. The process begins by gathering the raw data as provided by the government and involves creating, out of that, a well-structured, grammatical error-free, comprehensible document that is easy for the common masses to read and understand.

    1. University’s Research Projects: We help Universities establish themselves as centres of learning through our legal research and analysis.

      A research project, at any level, demands a legal scholar to answer one or more research questions that are relevant to a particular field of law at any point of time.

      Undertaking a research project is an arduous task because it requires practical experience in the field and involves referring to primary sources. Sometimes, that type of data is hard to procure. Moreover, there is already a huge amount of secondary data that you, as a professional, will have to go through. The research projects credited to you shall also help in determining the weight of your opinions in the realm of academics. The conclusions arrived at after a sincere research project are also often cited by Law Commissions in their reports, which may eventually translate into laws. Hence, the importance of research projects of an esteemed academician cannot be stressed enough, because today’s research projects form tomorrow’s legal reforms.

      For anyone who wants to focus solely on the secondary sources while making their legal research project, WOLR is the outlet legal research center you approach, to outsource the laborious task of working in the field.

    2. Publication of Books by the University: The number of legal publications determines the value of a University and we help you increase them

      The “publish or perish” culture is soon going to take the universities by storm. The more the number of publications a university has to its credit, the better it appears on paper. Because of this, the pressure on law faculty is mounting and that takes away their focus from their main task – teaching.

      We, at WOLR, specialise in legal research that is relevant to today and to the future. We understand that the body of law is vast and dynamic. Based on the same we also understand the pressure that goes with publications, especially when you are tasked with the burden of teaching a large number of students.

      We make your life easier by helping you narrow down on topics relevant to the present day and the future. While the idea remains yours, we aid in giving a structure to your draft and help you strengthen your legal research. Finally, we give it a critical peer review and polish it before helping you publish it.

      Moreover, one of the primary factors that makes a university stand out is the number and quality of publications that it has to its credit. According to the National Institute Ranking Framework or NIRF (the MHRD approved framework for university rankings in India), these are some of the critical parameters to be kept in mind while ranking universities.  We, at WOLR, are here to aid you in your attempt to take your university to the top. We do that by keeping specific parameters of NIRF for research quality in mind (for example, Total Citation Count, Primary Data, SCOPUS publications, Footprint of Projects, etc.).

      Simply put, we help you climb the academic ladder of law without seeking any credit for the same.

  1. Empirical research/ independent research
    1. Supporting Research – It is often difficult find authoritative sources to support your arguments; we help you do that and free your time up substantially

      While dealing with legal writing, one needs to be certain of the supporting statements for the arguments that are being made in any work. You may have found a novel area of study to research upon and may even have developed a line of argument but you aren’t certain whether you have explored enough or not. Moreover, an author also often feels a sense of dissatisfaction with his/her work. WOLR ensures that what you write is backed by authorities from the relevant field and that all the missing pieces of the puzzle are there.

      Regardless of what area of law you choose to write about, our researchers engage in rigorous legal research, sieve through the massive data and hand-pick sensible statements that are relevant to your work.

    2. Contemporising Your Work – Never let an old piece written by you die; our experts can help you update it and make it publishable

      Contemporising of any work that is written in the past involves making it up to date and bringing the necessary changes to incorporate the developments made in the respective field that the written piece deals with.

      We ensure that a piece drafted by you some time ago is up to date with the amendments and changes made in the legal world. After all, statements backed up with latest developments are what make any written work worthwhile for readers!

      Also if you want it published, we will search all relevant journals and study their citation style, word limit, referencing and make sure your article is perfect for that publication. We help ensure that the creativity and reasoning of your past thoughts do not get rusted by polishing them with the latest developments. Every great idea can be made better when expressed in varying contexts more flexibly; we help you ensure that happens with your work.

    3. Faculties’ Research Projects: Our legal research and analysis takes your projects in a different league

      Are you certain that you have referred to the relevant sources? Do you often have doubts that your research is not updated with the latest developments in the area of law that you are working on?  At WOLR, we believe in staying up to date with the most recent developments of various fields and practice plagiarism free research work in law. Additionally, we also make sure that the citation styles needed are followed strictly.

      A legal research and writing project typically deals with one or more research questions that are relevant to a particular field of law. To be able to answer those questions, it is important that they are backed by strong authorities.

      Our team of legal experts and writers come together to deal with all of this and more – your deadlines, as well. Moreover, no credit or copyright claims are made by us.

  1. Website related 
    1. Updating Website: We specialise in legal writing in all its forms; that also includes understanding what your website needs

      Drafting content for a law university’s website requires a team of legal experts, content writers as well as graphic designers and web developers. We, at WOLR, have all the required infrastructure at our disposal to help your university’s website grow.

      Apart from just writing descriptive content for your website, we also aid by writing blogs and brief periodicals so as to ensure there are more visitors to your website.

  1. Blog writing for digital presence: The digital realm is a platform where we can help your University display its achievements in legal research and analysis

    Blog sites are websites that informally discuss various topics and is often practised by writers who are just starting off or even by writers who like to update their work on a regular basis. Blogging may also be undertaken by a law firm content writer or universities’ websites so as to establish digital presence.

    Blogs are often are expository in nature, i.e. they provide information to people by simplifying the topic being discussed or written about. Moreover, the tone of a blog is also informal. Often, the purpose of your blog might be to inform and at the same time, make your presence felt in the public sphere, i.e. legal content marketing. And, the more relevant blogs in the legal realm are the ones that explain the law in a simplified language.

    We keep various factors in mind before helping you publish your blogs. Some of them include the target audience you have in mind, the length, the language used, the tone, and, finally, the relevance of your work with regards to the platform and how updated it is. By doing this, we help you expand your reach to the world.

  1. Translation of documents (English/Hindi/Gujarati/German)

Never let language barriers get in the way of your legal practice.

World of Legal Research helps you save your time and effort by translating difficult-to-comprehend documents into English / Hindi / Gujarati / German and we do that without losing out on the essential message that the documents attempt to convey.

While translating we ensure that as a team of experts in the field, we understand and analyse the document to avoid any discrepancy in the context of the document and provide with the best translation services to our clients.

The types of documents we translate includes but are not limited to:

  1. Agreements (Land / Leave & License / Lease, etc.)
  2. Government Proposals
  3. Legal documents (Plaint / Written Statements / Notice, etc.)
  4. Reports
  5. Presentations

Our familiarity with the languages such as English / Hindi / Gujarati / German, the field of law, as well as the process of writing ensures that we provide accurate translations.

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