Mastering legal drafting takes time and practice, therefore Redcliffe Training introduced three new short legal drafting courses for lawyers to examine their drafting habits and provide practical and useful suggestions in different aspects of legal drafting;
The trainer delivering these short drafting courses has over 25 years of teaching, coaching and mentoring experience, providing training across a number of industries. He regularly writes and delivers bespoke training on a wide range of banking and corporate finance-related issues to lawyers and non-lawyers alike (including at law firms, financial institutions, private equity houses and for professional bodies). He sits on the advisory board for one of the major legal publishers and has taken part in several major law reform consultations affecting the banking and finance industry and legal technology.
He also has over 15 years’ experience working in private practice at several international law firms and as in house counsel with two leading international banks.
Guarantees are one of the most litigated forms of documents and with increased pressure on lawyers to provide greater value for money to their clients, understanding how to draft guarantees effectively is a key part of every banking & finance lawyer’s tool kit.
This half-day course examines some of the key pitfalls in guarantee drafting in one session that would ordinarily take months or years of experience to acquire.
Receivables financing is increasingly used today as a method of raising finance for all sizes of business and as such, it is an area of growing importance for all banking and finance lawyers to understand. With increased pressure on lawyers to provide greater value for money to their clients and time pressures on supervision, understanding how to draft and interpret receivables finance agreements effectively is a key part of every banking & finance lawyer’s tool kit.
Facility agreement concepts can be difficult to adapt to quickly, which can affect the ability to draft and negotiate documents effectively. By examining the commercial structure of facility agreements, this course builds from the key concepts that are essential to approaching drafting from a solid foundation.