What’s it about?
This course gives junior lawyers the confidence that their work product hits the spot with their external clients, but these techniques apply equally when producing research notes for a colleague.
Who should attend?
This course is for you if you are a trainee, or junior lawyer, and would like to produce effective, reader-focused legal advice.
What does it cover?
The course is usually three hours long. It covers the following:
- Aim and audience
- Planning and structuring
- Writing with impact
- Making your advice look good on the page
- Comparing before and after versions of a real advice letter
- A template for an excellent advice letter
What do others say about the course?
“Very informative. Excellent hands-on practice” (Trainee solicitor)
“Good use of real-life examples – entertaining and enjoyable” (Solicitor)
“Reinforced my knowledge and helped fill in gaps. Really useful” (Trainee solicitor)
“Very knowledgeable and helpful trainer. She gave us excellent advice. I enjoyed the focus on writing clearly and succinctly” (Pinsent Masons)