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Join us on Wednesday, 07 October at 16:00 CEST for the AIJA webinar ''Principles of good drafting'' organised in cooperation with BARBRI.
What will you learn?
- An introduction to or a reminder of some starting points to consider when drafting a document
- How to structure a clause
- How to structure a document
- How to use precedents
- How to consider client instructions and how to draft clearly and precisely
How to register
AIJA members and non-members should register using this registration form.
BARBRI staff/students/partners should register via this link.
Tracy Savage, Academic Head of UK programmes
With almost 30 years’ experience in the legal training sphere, Tracy is BARBRI’s academic head of UK programmes, having joined the company in November 2019. Tracy is also a qualified solicitor with expertise lying in property law. This experience gives her a well-rounded view of the needs and challenges facing practising solicitors when shaping education programmes that stand apart from the competition with technology and innovation at the heart. She is primarily responsible for BARBRI’s Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) course and also supports individuals looking to enter the legal profession through the apprenticeship route. She is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
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AIJA members and BARBRI staff/students can register for free. Please follow the instructions under 'How to register'.
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BARBRI staff/students will receive the webinar link 24 hours before the starting time.
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