Legal analysis and writing form the core of the tasks performed by Judges, Tribunal Members, Judicial Assistants, Cour and Tribunal Registrars and Clerks, Law Reporters, and Lawyers generally, hence the need to update and upgrade skills in these and related areas.
The Nigerian Bar Association (Port Harcourt Branch) invites all lawyers and non lawyers to its workshop on Business & Legal Writing organized in collaboration with The Write House. As today’s clients become increasingly sophisticated, lawyers and nonlawyers who imbibe excellent written-communication skills will become more successful. Whether in law practice or business, whether in the boardroom or the […]
In Donoghue v Stevenson, Mrs Donoghue went to a café with her friend. The friend bought Donoghue a bottle of ginger beer. She drank it half-way, only to find a snail’s decomposed remains in the opaque bottle. Disgusted, outraged, and sickened, Donoghue successfully sued the ginger-beer brewer. Since Donoghue v Stevenson, the legal rules protecting […]
When you write as we teach, you will “analyze cogently, organize logically, distill accurately, argue persuasively, cite knowledgeably, punctuate skillfully, and phrase smoothly.” Bryan A. Garner. Brief-Writing Masterclass boasts an unparalleled curriculum of persuasive advocacy brewed from an alchemical blend of ethics, law, linguistics, ethics, logic, psychology, rhetoric, and semantics. Brief-Writing Masterclass is a challenging, intensive, […]