When drafting briefs or motions you may know which case a proposition comes from, but not exactly where it is, so you just write down shorthand of the case. Sometimes you think you know where a proposition comes from, but you cannot find it.
While creating your first draft you often cut and paste from previous documents or from your reserve of case law on an issue. This sometimes creates confusion when you read the whole document because you have several different trains of thought in the same paragraph.
Think about how great it would be if you could leave those cites as shorthand or if you had someone to find cites to match your proposition. How much time would you save if someone did a read through for you and made sure all cites were accurate, correctly formatted and that your document was readable and made sense?
My document review does exactly that.