I’ve written previously (here) about my 7 November panel discussion in London with UCL Faculty of Laws.
But earlier the same day I’m also doing a breakfast meeting for the group Clarity on the subject of “Overcoming resistance to change in contract drafting”; for more information, go here.
Obviously there’s overlap in terms of the topics covered. But the Clarity meeting is geared to the legal-writing community generally. I’ll speak for 20 minutes or so, then there will be a general discussion.
The UCL Faculty of Laws event is geared to the contracts community, it will cover a broader range of topics, and you’ll hear from a great panel.
And don’t forget the attending the panel discussion will allow you to get a sweet deal on the fourth edition of A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting: the fee to attend the event plus the discounted price on the book offered by UCL Faculty of Laws equals less than the retail price of the book in the United States, and without your having to pay the ABA’s £52 fee for shipping a copy of the book to England.