I was wondering if anyone has any advice for me please?
I'm on mat leave at the moment but don't really want to go back to my job as a government lawyer which involves a long commute and long hours and being completely undervalued in the current climate especially.
I'm thinking about trying to get work proofreading legal publications. I've experience in drafting legislation (as well as other documents) and proofreading docs for colleagues. But I would need to do a proofreading course I presume.
Does anyone know what course if any I need to do? And whether there is any work out there?
Thanks goldenpeach. I think I would need some training as the proofreading I did was just in-house. i would need to know the industry way of marking the documents ifywim. Can you recommend a course please or would I be able to get it from a book?