Monthly Archives: June 2010

It’s Time Lawyers Stopped Writing Like Lawyers

For centuries, the way that lawyers write has been a source of ridicule. Long sentences, contorted syntax, quaint terminology—all have been the subject of caricature and condemnation. Continue reading

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Company Law Course

Introduces the concepts, requirements and procedures of company law with particular emphasis on the application and operation of the law. Continue reading

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Practical Accounting for Lawyers

Introduces the basic concepts of accounting to participants and teaches how to read and understand financial statements. Continue reading

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