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Drafting The City Law School

Drafting By The City Law School

Drafting by The City Law School

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This manual offers a comprehensive course in drafting suitable for the trainee barrister, providing all the necessary information alongside practical exercises to help the reader practise and master the skill of drafting.

Drafting Summary

Drafting by The City Law School

Drafting is designed to equip trainee barristers with the requisite skills to draft high-quality legal documents across all areas of practice. The manual contains practical advice on the skill of drafting in a number of legal settings, including contract, tort, and criminal proceedings. Each chapter contains numerous examples accompanied by detailed commentary on the key features of the draft. Exercises are included throughout the manual, offering the opportunity to practice and perfect your own style of drafting.

About The City Law School

This manual is edited by David Emmet, Barrister, Senior Lecturer, The City Law School

Table of Contents

1: The skill of drafting 2: The use of precedents 3: Drafting in plain English 4: Rules and principles relating to statements of case 5: Headings 6: Claim forms 7: Basic particulars of claim in tort and contract 8: Basic defences in tort and contract 9: Further particulars of claim 10: Further defences 11: Misrepresentation 12: Additional precedents for claims 13: Defence and counterclaim 14: Reply and defence to counterclaim 15: Additional claims 16: Amendment of statements of case 17: Request for further information 18: Further information 19: Interim injunctions 20: Written evidence 21: Judgments and orders 22: Claims for judicial review 23: Skeleton arguments 24: Indictments 25: Criminal grounds of appeal 26: Part 8 claims 27: Construction claims 28: Claims for breach of trust and the recovery of trust property 29: Checklist for Drafting Skills

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Drafting by The City Law School
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