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Contract law is at the core of the work solicitors do. Whatever your area of practice you will encounter contracts frequently. You will negotiate, draft or enter into contracts on behalf of clients on an almost daily basis. You may be asked questions about what a contract means, whether it has been breached and the consequences of any breach. Edinburgh Law Seminar's Contract Law Update provides a comprehensive overview of all important developments in this fundamental area of law.
Delivered by presenters who are experts in their field they combine academic depth with practical insight. The Contract Law Update covers:
As well as updating you on the law this seminar considers how developments are likely to impact on your practice. All delegates receive a substantial set of materials providing thorough notes on all cases and statutory developments – an indispensable update to your contract law resources.
Laura Macgregor is Professor of Commercial Contract Law and Deputy Head of the Law School at the University of Edinburgh. Lorna Richardson is Lecturer in Commercial Law and Director of Continuing Professional Development at the Law School, University of Edinburgh.
Learning Outcomes and Objectives
The learning outcomes and objectives are that by the end of the seminar delegates will have (i) a sound knowledge and understanding of all major developments in the law of contact which occurred between May 2017 and May 2018; (ii) an appreciation of how these developments could or should influence their practice; and (iii) an indispensable set of source materials for easy reference following the seminar.