BLP6 Drafting Commercial Documents
The ability to draft effective, readable, unambiguous contracts is an essential skill for every commercial lawyer. This practice-based subject advances on the key knowledge and skill required when negotiating and drafting commercial contracts.
Topics in this subject include:
- identify and explain to specialist and non-specialist audiences the key legal principles
- governing the formation of contracts
- demonstrate effective client interviewing skills to ensure that a client provides all
- information critical to the contractual terms
- draft documents such as a Memorandum of Understanding that reflects clients' commercial
- draft readable documents such as contracts that integrate correct structure, clear language
- risk management and achieve clients' commercial objectives in a range of contexts
- demonstrate critical and practical understanding of the appropriate use of boilerplate
- clauses and precedent documents when drafting a contract, and
- demonstrate effective negotiation techniques in a range of contexts.
How to enrol
If you are a new student
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- A copy of your Academic Transcript
- A passport-sized current colour photo (does not need to be an official passport photo)
- If you are not an Australian citizen, evidence of your status
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- CHESSN (Commonwealth Higher Education Student Support Number) if you have one
- Your student number relating to your law degree / Diploma of Law / JD or equivalent.
- Your Tax File Number if paying via FEE-Help (student loan)
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