Hey, Hong Kong! Check Out What Singapore Had to Say About My Seminar!

I’m giving a seminar in Hong Kong on 5 March. (For more information, go here.) If people in Hong Kong are uncertain of the value of what I have to offer, here is some fresh feedback from participants at last week’s Singapore seminar:

Extremely informative and useful

Exceeded my expectations as new ideas & concepts are visited

Very interactive and novel ideas

Helps to focus and identify how to draft effectively and in a concise manner

I already own the previous edition of Ken’s book so I was happy to hear more from Ken on this topic

The contents and topics are very related to our daily contracts drafting and help to explain the usage & redundancy of some words

Speaker was engaging and humorous. Also structured. Use of pointer/stylus on presentation slides very effective

One of the better seminars for 2012/2013

Totally new material for me. Realize horrors of poor drafting. Drafting clearly and effectively is more challenging than I thought

It is very engaging at the right pace, I could absorb the points & digest them instantly

Ken’s passion for his craft is admirable

I appreciate the different perspective on the use of contract language and this will be useful when I review contracts

Very practical tips given and such seminars are very useful to apply to daily work.

Very engaging, entertaining and not boring at all

The presenter is expressive

A relevant topic

Speaker was entertaining + engaging. Informative.

It is relevant to my scope of work and provides insight on how improvements can be made.

This event is more interesting than the other courses. More engaging and I learnt a lot from it.

Pace/Flow of the presentation is good.

But here’s my favorite:


Negative feedback? I’m all for full disclosure, but there wasn’t any negative feedback.

About the author

Ken Adams is the leading authority on how to say clearly whatever you want to say in a contract. He’s author of A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting, and he offers online and in-person training around the world. He’s also chief content officer of LegalSifter, Inc., a company that combines artificial intelligence and expertise to assist with review of contracts.

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