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£125 plus VAT (£150) per delegate. Discounts apply if booking more than 4 places, see below.
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DATES FOR THE 2019 SERIES:
If you are booking 5 or more places across our current series of seminars you are entitled to the discounted rate on the 5th and subsequent places. The discounted fee is only applicable to multiple bookings from the same organisation, as part of one booking order.
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Contract law lies at the core of the work solicitors carry out on a day-to-day basis. Whether a solicitor is involved in the negotiation, drafting and formation of contracts, or advises in relation to remedies for breach, he or she needs to be aware of important recent developments. Edinburgh Law Seminar's Contract Law Update provides a comprehensive overview of all important developments in the law of contract over the last year.
The presenters, Professor Laura Macgregor and Denis Garrity, are experts in their field, combining academic depth with practical insight. This seminar covers:
Key issues covered include the law of formation, interpretation, implication, and the interaction of different remedies for breach of contract. Developments are placed in context, so that trends or new directions in the law can be understood. 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.
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 2018 and May 2019; (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.
Laura Macgregor, Professor of Commercial Contract Law, Law School, University of Edinburgh.
Denis Garrity, Advocate with Terra Firma Chambers, Edinburgh.