Commercial drafting

In commercial environments, concise and sound contracts are crucial for success. Drafted correctly, they prevent disputes and save money.

Midrand 21 & 22 June 2018
Registration closes one week prior to commencement of the course

Benefits of attending the course

  • Enhance your knowledge and understanding of commercial agreements.
  • Receive practical and applicable training in key drafting skills.
  • Master practical drafting techniques to draw up concise and effective agreements.
  • Understand the effect of exclusion and limitation clauses and how they can be used to manage your exposure.

Expert presenter
Ismail Hussain SC is a former Judge of the High Court and Competition Appeal Court. He has been a highly popular LEAD trainer for many years. Adv Hussain is an expert in commercial drafting, opinion writing, litigation and case management.

Who should attend?
Contract and commercial managers, corporate lawyers and paralegals, attorneys and candidate attorneys, risk managers, financial controllers, sourcing and procurement professionals both in Government departments and private sector.

Instruction techniques
The course will guide you step by step in how to deal with facts, laws and procedures. The emphasis will be on understanding concepts and practical skills transfer. The presentation will be interactive and participants will be encouraged to ask questions and engage in discussion. Participants will also receive comprehensive documentation including contracts precedents and drafting manuals.

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  • Practising attorneys, candidate attorneys, staff from a practising attorney’s firm and practising advocates: R3 180.00
  • Non-practising / Other professions: R4 490.00

Midrand 21 & 22 June 2018
Registration closes one week prior to commencement of the course

Course queries
Bettie Lubbe; Tel: 012 441 4670 | 012 441 4600  E-mail:
Merlin September, Tel: 012 441 4652  | E-mail:

NB: LEAD reserves the right to cancel a learning activity should the number of delegates not justify the costs involved. Registered delegates will be given reasonable notice of cancellation.