The module aims to assist students in developing a basic skill in the preparation and drafting of a range of documents and in the use of precedents, in setting out documents and in drafting clauses.
||The module forms an intergral part of others modules on LAWT103 and is taught in context.
The module is assessed by an unseen examination of 4 hours duration. Students are asked to make appropriate amendments to a document and also to write a short note of advice to a client. The combination of tasks enables the achievement of the aims
|WebCT resources are available for this module
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