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LawAspect.com appears to be located in New York, although the company does not state how long it has been in business. We decided to provide this review after several users of our site requested it. We were no sure exactly what type of writing services were offered but still used the same criteria that we do for all of our reviews – content that we find on the website, including information about products and services, testimonials that the company has posted, Law Aspect customer reviews that have been submitted to us or that we have found on the web, blogs and samples if available, and the results of our communications with the customer service department and a product that we ordered.
Factor 1: Types of Writing Services Offered
LawAspect has a name that indicates it only produces writing for students of the law. This isn’t true. In fact, the company offers all types of academic writing products and services in any curricular content field. We wonder how non-law students would even know this.
The business model is one of order submission and then receipt of bids. Customers provide details of what type of product or service they need, and then registered writers will place bids. During this time, customers can communicate with the bidders before making a selection.
Factor 2: Trust and Reliability
LawAspect.com is certainly reliable in terms of taking orders and delivering products to its customers. But trust and reliability are more than just this. We often judge part of this on our conversations with customer support departments. And this is where the trust came into question.
We could not get any detailed information about the degrees and background of the writers bidding on products, and those bidders were very vague about their backgrounds as well. We were also told at one point that we could get a full original Ph.D. dissertation in several days.
Factor 3: Quality
Here is where the “rubber meets the road.” And here is where our big concerns began.
First, we looked at the Law Aspect blog posts and samples of products. We were, frankly, confused. There were titles that did not at all match the content that followed. There were pieces that purported to be sample “briefs” but that were no more than some pieces of case law related to a topic.
Second, we reviewed all of the site content related to explanations of its services. Again, the writing quality was quite poor, and we wonder if it is even written by native English-speaking personnel.
Third, we reviewed the short research paper we ordered and received. It was terrible. While there was a thesis statement, the sections that followed did not directly relate to that thesis but just provided factual information. There was no analysis at all.
Factor 4: Pricing/Payment
There are no pricing charts, because prices are negotiated between customers and the bidding writers. Customers cannot expect to find any newcomer promo code, nor are there any other discounts provided. Customer support told us that these are never offered, because pricing is negotiated.
It does appear that prices for basic essays begin at about $9.99/page.
Payment methods are definitely secure, so no worries there.
Factor 5: Additional Important Considerations
One big concern we have about LawAspect is that it does use writers who do not have degrees. If a customer order the standard level of writing, he will get such a writer. Only by going into the upper-quality levels will a customer get a degreed writer. Not good at all.
There are some resources available to visitors – all related to law schools and the blog and samples that can actually be purchased.
As we looked at pros & cons, we can find no real pros, other than the fact that the company is not a fraud or scam. Writing is sub-standard, and writer qualifications are questionable. We cannot recommend this writing service, and our overall rating is “poor.”