On Thursday, May 28, I’m giving my all-day “Contract Drafting—Language and Layout” seminar in Vancouver, BC, under the auspices of Osgoode Professional Development. Click here for more information.
I did my first public seminars with Osgoode Professional Development, and my Toronto seminars with them have been, in all respects, a resounding success. So I’m eager to have the Vancouver seminar be a similar success.
May 27, the day before the seminar, I’ll be in Vancouver with time on my hands. So here’s a little inducement: If you sign up for the Vancouver seminar, I’ll be happy to meet with you on May 27 to chat about contract language and the contract process. Heck, I’ll even be willing to spend some time going over one of your contracts. And if your company or law firm sends three or more people to the seminar, I’ll be happy to discuss with you at length how your organization might make your contract process more effective.
If this is of interest, send me an email.
By the way, my three blog posts before this one were all prompted by input from Canadians. That reflects the fact that Canada remains the market that has responded most enthusiastically to what I do, something I noted in this April 2008 blog post. I’m not sure what to attribute that to, but of course it, ahem, reflects very highly on Canadians …