U.S. “Contract Drafting—Language & Layout” Seminars for Feb.–June 2008

On December 5 I do my final West Legalworks seminar of 2007, in Miami. But in case you thought that was it, here are—drum roll, please—dates for additional U.S. “Contract Drafting—Language and Layout” seminars for the first half of 2008:

February 13, Phoenix, AZ

February 28, Houston, TX

March 6, Orlando, FL

March 12, Richmond, VA

April 3, Philadelphia, PA

May 6, Atlanta, GA

May 15, St. Louis, MO

June 5, Portland, OR

Click here to see the brochure.

West Legalworks and I are pleased with the way things have been going. For one thing, attendance has been steadily increasing and participants have been recommending the seminar to colleagues. And you’d be surprised at the mirth that a seminar on contract drafting can generate! Now if I could only ensure that the room is always the right temperature and that the audio works every time …

But I’d like to see a higher proportion of law-firm lawyers at the seminars. Hey, you might learn something! And for contract language to improve, everyone has to be at the table.

And if you, Mr. or Ms. In-House Lawyer, elect to send your contract managers or paralegals to one of my seminars, you might want to think about coming along too. That way you won’t be mystified by the scary changes they propose implementing afterwards.

In the coming days I’ll be updating the rest of the site to reflect these new dates.

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.

2 thoughts on “U.S. “Contract Drafting—Language & Layout” Seminars for Feb.–June 2008”

  1. I’m a legal researcher working at the Ministry of Legal Affairs in Oman, loved your book to bits, would really like to attend a seminar if you were to hold one in the middle east. (the states is way too far from here!)


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