It may be legal to buy essays online, but it does not say much for students’ morals. Photograph: Alamy I decided to buy a legal essay from an online essay-writing service called Law Essays Help.
I paid around £200 for something I was promised would be the standard of a 2:1 degree, but I was sent an appalling essay which I do not believe could have been written by an English speaker – and someone who appeared not to have a law degree (at least not from the UK). I demanded a refund but was instead offered a revised version. This did not arrive, and when I contacted the firm again it said I would have to wait until the following week – and it was still not prepared to offer me a refund.
Even then the supposedly “revised” piece of work was the same as the first paper. Please help me to protect other students from being caught. MM, LondonWe were shocked by your complaint because you were clearly prepared to cheat to get through your legal studies – which does not reflect well on your moral compass.
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Indeed, this is a burgeoning but controversial industry, with online forums littered with complaints about poorly written essays full of spelling mistakes which don’t match the promised grade. It is deeply regrettable that students are throwing money at websites like this.
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He also insisted the essay-writing done for students like you was “within the law”. Universities are having to invest in internet plagiarism filters to detect fake work such as this.
Students, avoid these websites – you will not only lose money but could also jeopardise your academic career. Meanwhile, Paul Philip, chief executive of the Solicitors Regulation Authority, says: “The use of these types of websites not only raises serious questions about whether an individual is meeting the standards required, but also whether somebody has the right character to enter a profession where honesty and integrity is crucial … We are looking at wider reforms to introduce a national licensing examination for all intending solicitors, to make sure they are reaching the same consistently high standards that the public and employers expect.
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