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As a freelance academic writer in the spheres of international law, sociology and philosophy, gender, mass media, and international and public relations, Alexandra proved a responsible collaborator. She is one of the few collaborators who show dedication to the job and provide qualitative papers. She proved not only attention to details, accurate and advanced knowledge of English, very cooperative and flexible to changes, but also strong work ethic, commitment to deliver the projects in time and working effectively with little guidance. I am happy to work with her!
I have collaborated with Alexandra on a human rights project and her in-depth knowledge of the subject has given added value and quality to the project. She is very professional, offering tailor-made approaches for the target audience and has always proved to be a reliable partner. I really look forward to work again with her!
Some months ago I’ve hired Alexandra’s proofreading services. I was extremely pleased with her professionalism, efficiency and cordiality. I definitely recommend Alexandra’s work.
In all works, Alex gives her heart and soul 100% throughout the whole process. On top of that, her talents always lead to excellency. She is as honest, forthcoming and loyal as it can be.
Alexandra Severino is a scholar of acute intelligence and stunning professionalism. Working and collaborating with her is a guarantee of safety.
Alexandra collaborates with the Editorial team of Fashion Law – WFMFR since the project started. She is dynamic, dedicated and makes the best possible even out of the most challenging situations. She is nice and very pleasant to work with.
Alexandra is a dedicated, thorough, and trusteful professional and is always availabe to answer any question. I would defenitely hire her services as legal consultant again.
As a volunteer lawyer, Alexandra undertook a substantial legal research project in 2012 for the Disaster Law Programme of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Society (IFRC). This was for a project which I was coordinating on the role of legislation in supporting disaster risk reduction. Alexandra did the desk survey and report of all the relevant laws in Angola, using both her English and Portuguese language skills, a complex project that took more than a month full time work. Her contribution to the overall project was significant and in the process she demonstrated excellent online legal research, analytical and report-writing skills.