I’m delighted that on 5 November 2018 I’ll be doing another “Drafting Clearer Contracts” seminar in London for UCL Faculty of Laws. For more information, go here.
I seem to be making inroads in the UK market. For example, go here for my Practical Law Company video with Daphne Perry; go here for a recording of the 7 November 2017 panel discussion I organized with UCL Faculty of Laws; go here for the Law Gazette’s article about the 2016 panel discussion; go here for my 2015 Law Gazette conversation with Mark Anderson; go here for Charles Drayson’s review of the fourth edition of MSCD; and go here for Mark Anderson’s review of the third edition.
What makes my English activities particularly interesting is that English courts are prone to fits of semantic cluelessness. I feel compelled to push back. For an example of that, see my 11 October 2017 article in The Lawyer, here. (Free registration required.)
(Reminder: on 1–2 November 2018 I’ll be speaking at “The Legal English Event” in London. See this blog post.)