Here's a lovely resource packed with OSCOLA freebies. OSCOLA (Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities) "is designed to facilitate accurate citation of authorities, legislation, and other legal materials. It is widely used in law schools and by journal and book publishers in the UK and beyond" (Oxford Law).
I proofread a lot of legal books so I'll be putting together a useful list of law resources for editorial freelancers in the next few weeks. Meanwhile, Oxford Law's website provides an excellent starting point, including:
More legal editing/proofreading resources include: Roundup: Resources for Legal Proofreaders and Editors and Proofreading Law Books.
SEARCH THE BLOG
Books for writers and editors
Online courses for editors and proofreaders
'Louise uses her expertise to hone a story until it's razor sharp, while still allowing the author’s voice to remain dominant.'
'I wholeheartedly recommend her services ... Just don’t hire her when I need her.'
J B Turner
'Sincere thanks for a beautiful and elegant piece of work. First class.'
'What makes her stand out and shine is her ability to immerse herself in your story.'
Help for editors
All text on The Editing Blog and on the other pages of this website (unless indicated otherwise) is in copyright © 2011–20 Louise Harnby. Please do not copy or reproduce any of the content, in whole or part, in any form, unless you ask first.