Academic Styles

APA

The APA 6th edition style guide is the most commonly used formatting and style guide for theses and dissertations—and it is also one of the most difficult to learn and implement accurately.

 

Bluebook

The Bluebook is an internationally used legal citation system. The majority of U.S. law schools and U.S. federal courts use The Bluebook; however, it is an intimidating style guide for both students and experienced members of the law profession as it is complex and frequently updated.

 

Chicago & Turabian

Our team of professionally-trained, PhD-educated editors are experienced in formatting per The Chicago Manual of Style as well as its handbook for academics, Turabian style. 

 

Harvard

Harvard is a style of referencing, commonly used by academics and researchers to cite information sources. Harvard-style referencing is used to standardize in-text citations, within the body of the work, and the reference section, at the end of the work. 

 

MLA

The Modern Language Association (MLA) formatting and style guide is often used within the humanities, including language, literature, and linguistics. We have a team of doctoral-level experts in editing and formatting per MLA’s guidelines. 

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