Intermediate Concepts In Drafting Contracts
Wednesday, Jun 12 2013 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

This course builds upon the success of the course on basic drafting concepts presented earlier this year and includes the following topics: a recap of basic concepts (including the categories of contract language); conditional language; language of exception and subordination; the concept of "deemed"; references to time; ambiguities associated with and, or, and and/or; drafting formulas; attachments to contracts; and legal archaisms. Designed to convey fundamental-but often unconsidered-principles, this course will assist both newly admitted and seasoned attorneys with drafting, analyzing, and interpreting contracts. Unlike many other contract-drafting courses, the program will focus on the manner in which concepts are expressed in a contract, rather than the substance of any provision or contract in particular. Who should attend? All practitioners wishing to further develop legal drafting skills. Attendance to the basic course is not a pre-requisite.

New York, California & New Jersey Credit: 3.0 Skills. This live program provides transitional/non-transitional credit to all attorneys. Illinois Credit: 2.75 general MCLE credits. Pennsylvania credit: 2.5 general MCLE credits

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