Lawctopus’ Open Webinar on ‘How to Draft Contract and 3 Ways to Earn Money Through That’ [Aug 29, Sunday, 4-5.30 PM]: Register Now!

Webinar on Essentials of Contract Drafting

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About the Webinar

Contract drafting is an art. Every sentence, word, and punctuation mark is critical to the legality and interpretation of a Contract. It is, therefore, necessary to know how to draft and interpret a contract efficiently. After all, a lawyer’s pen can write destinies.

In this Webinar, you will learn the 7 most essential clauses without which a contract holds no value in the eyes of law. Additionally, you will learn the importance of these clauses and the tricks to draft them skillfully in every contract.

To add a cherry on the cake, the Speakers will also share their own journey and talk about the 3 ways in which anyone can make money by implementing their contract drafting skills!

So grab this opportunity with both your hands.

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Topic

Essentials of Contract Drafting and 3 ways to monetize your Contract Drafting Skills.

What all will be covered in this Webinar?

  • What are the 7 essentials clauses that should be mandatorily included in ANY type of Contract?
  • Importance of these 7 essential clauses and how to skilfully draft the same?
  • What are the 3 ways to earn money by applying your skills of Contract Drafting?

Details of the Webinar

  • Date: August 29, Sunday, 2021
  • Time: 4:00 PM to 5.30 PM
  • Platform: Zoom (with all mandated safeguards in place)

About the Speakers

Gourav Mohanty is a Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution Team of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co., based out of the Mumbai Office. He focuses on corporate-commercial litigation, arbitration, consumer disputes, and white-collar crimes, and he has vast experience and expertise in drafting various types of Contracts.

A gold medalist, Gourav Mohanty graduated from Symbiosis Law School, Pune, 2016. While in college, Gourav received the Ram Jethmalani Scholarship and the Chancellor’s Award for Best Outgoing Student in the Undergraduate Program from Symbiosis International University. He has also received the 2nd prize in Linklaters NSLR Contract Drafting Competition.

Akanksha Mishra is an independent litigator, practicing at the Bombay High Court, Nagpur Bench. She handles a variety of matters in the field of real estate, arbitration, and commercial litigation.

Akanksha has also been the Corporate Counsel for PSUs and Startup Companies where she has worked on diverse facets of legal transactions including drafting of Agreements, conducting Due Diligence, etc. She is also the president of an NGO working for the transformation of Government Schools.

Presently, Akanksha is associated with Lawctopus Law School and is passionate about teaching.

Who all can attend the Webinar?

  • Law Students (from 1st year to 5th year).
  • Legal Professionals who want to brush up their Contract Drafting Skills and learn some ways to monetise their skills.
  • Anybody who is interested to learn about essential clauses in a contract.

Registration Details

  • Interested candidates can register for the Webinar by clicking below.
  • Registration Fee: The Webinar is open and FREE to attend

Certificates

Certificates will not be provided.

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