The body and the general flow of a work also matters. The structuring involves being clear about how to draft the following four most basic parts of a paper:
1. an introduction,
2. followed by the main body,
3. after which comes the conclusion and
4. ending with the list of references made for the paper.
We help you answer questions related to the order of information that you draft in your work. For example, should you begin your piece with your thesis statement and then add supporting statements? Or should you write all your arguments first and then arrive at your thesis statement as a conclusion?
WOLR helps you with the systematisation of your work in addition to helping you make your first draft, short-listing legal research topics, making references to legal research sites, etc.
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