Drafting is the most essential skill demanded in a lawyer, if you are a law student, or an advocate your drafting skills will work like your identity.You must have heard about this maxim “verbavolant, scriptamanent”; is a Latin proverb which means “spoken words fly away, written words remain”.
It is imperative to have a command over the drafting language. Drafting skills plays a pivotal role in the life of a Law-Student, Lawyer or Judge. A well drafted document is like a strong argument which helps the lawyer to break a case! Whether it’s a contract, an affidavit or a written statement, serves two purposes- informing and engaging both the client and the court about the legal issue. It is very important for the lawyers and judges to draft the legal documents precisely, so that it clearly depicts all the essential facts as well as engage a layman to its content.
LeDroit India has come up with a “Live Certificate Course on Legal Drafting” that will enhance your legal as well as practical skills by making your basic concepts clear and making you learn how to draft various legal documents yourself!
There are various benefits of learning the drafting skill, some of which are as:
1.Technique of writing legal document enhances efficiency as well as improves economies of scale.
2.Good writing is directly proportional to good business manners, professional image, and brand differentiation.
3.Legal-writing training helps you write clearly and effectively, commanding respect.
4.It helps in improving your expressive and persuasive skills.
5.It exposes you to international best practices in legal writing. Heads, HR departments, and partners in law firms and legal departments should assess writing skills of applicants for legal positions.
What You’ll be Learning?
Drafting of Legal Notices:
- How to draft notices
- Points to keep in mind while drafting a notice,
- Drafting of 3 Important Notices:-
- Notice to Employer for Settlement of Claims,
- Divorce Notice under Section 13,
- Notice of Dishonour of Cheque under Section 138.
- What is an Affidavit
- Its Importance and Need,
- Drafting of an Affidavit
- Difference between Complaint and FIR,
- When a Complaint is filed
- Drafting of a Complaint
- What is Plaint?
- When a Plaint it is filed?
- Types of Plaints,
- Drafting of Plaint,
- Misjoinder and Non-Joinder Parties,
- Drafting of a Misjoinder and Non-Joinder parties in a claim.
- What is a Civil Suit?
- Types of Civil Suits,
- Drafting of a Civil Suit.
What Materials You’ll be Receiving?
- Sample Drafts and
- Recordings of the lectures for future reference.
- Course Certificate to each participant on course completion.
Why You Should Take This Drafting Course?
1.One to One Session with the faculty;
2.Live Assignments & Feedback ;
3.Life Time Access to Course recordings;
4.Access to Sample Drafts, drafted by experts;
5.Live Online Classes
6.Convenient Class Timings.
About the Faculty:
This course will be conducted by Adv.Aditya Raina, Supreme Court & Delhi High Court practitioner with 10+ years of experience in handling civil,corporate,commercial and cross-border transactions from diversified sectors like Insurance ,IPR and Real Estate sector.
Course Duration – 10 Days
Date – 25th February till 5th March,2024
Class Timings- 7:30 PM to 8:30PM
Course Fees- 2000/-
How To Register?
In order to register make the payment first on the link below and fill up the registration form, you can also pay via GPay or Paytm at 6204801978 and share your details to reserve your seat. You can contact on the given number in case of any query. You can also make the payment by adding this course to your cart , if you are registering through ledroit’s website www.ledroitindia.in
In case of any query feel free to contact us at 6204801978 or mail us at email@example.com
What Will You Learn?
- A. Drafting of Legal Notices:
- 1.How to draft notices
- 2.Points to keep in mind while drafting a notice,
- 3.Drafting of 3 Important Notices:-
- 4.Notice to Employer for Settlement of Claims,
- 5.Divorce Notice under Section 13,
- 6.Notice of Dishonour of Cheque under Section 138.
- 7.What is an Affidavit
- 8.Its Importance and Need,
- 9.Drafting of an Affidavit
- C. Complaint:
- 10.Difference between Complaint and FIR,
- 11.When a Complaint is filed?
- 12.Drafting of a Complaint.
- D. Plaint:
- 13.What is Plaint?
- 14.When a Plaint it is filed?
- 15.Types of Plaints,
- 16.Drafting of Plaint,
- 17.Misjoinder and Non-Joinder Parties,
- 18.Drafting of a Misjoinder and Non-Joinder parties in a claim.
- E. Civil Suit:
- 19.What is a Civil Suit?
- 20.Types of Civil Suits,
- 21.Drafting of a Civil Suit.