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Legal-Ease Proofreading commented on Janet's page Proofreaders
"Experienced medical-legal proofreader, instructional designer, and communication coach to lawyers (that's more fun than it sounds!) seeking a few CR clients to work with long-term. I recently retired from academia, and with 20+ years of…"
Nov 22
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Adjunct professor, speech-debate coach, medical/legal proofreader
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