Drafting and Negotiating International Contracts

Drafting and Negotiating International Contracts

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£5,250

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    Goldsmiths, University of London (Senate House wc1e 7hu, OR New Cross, se14 6nw)

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    London

    SE14 6NW

    United Kingdom

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    Learn advanced knowledge and techniques for drafting and negotiating international contract from a law and communications expert.

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    Not-for-profit

    100% of AIR income, beyond operational expense, is used towards education and research. Read more…

    Course description

    This course is developed and taught by multi-disciplinary experts, the course includes latest findings from psychology relevant to negotiations.

    The course will develop your contract drafting and negotiations skills. It is tailored to your needs and incorporates areas relevant to your interests.

    The course combines knowledge and skills from three key areas for drafting and negotiating: law (e.g. risk assessment, litigation in practice and courts’ reasoning); writing (e.g. succinct, clear and easy to follow); and psychology and human behaviour (e.g. persuasion, understanding behaviour and decision making).

    This course teaches techniques for drafting highly effective contracts using accessible language, without the need to resort to standard contracts. It teaches how to minimise dispute risks by avoiding archaic language, which creates many loopholes due to multiple possible interpretations.

    This course teaches negotiations of contracts from a different perspective to that generally taught. ...

    Full course description here:

    https://www.gold.ac.uk/short-courses/negotiating-drafting-contracts/

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    Booking information:

    The course is available for group or 1:1 booking only. Alternatively, you can also register your interest (air(@gold.ac.uk) to be notified when there is space within a group.

    Fees

    Start from 5250, accommodating up to 8 people (including one free place)

    Available:

    • Online with live tutoring - VAT-free
    • Campus - VAT-free
    • Customer's offices

    Dates: Please email with preferences.

    Tutoring

    This course is directed by Fatos Selita, an English Barrister and a New York State Attorney, with a background in psychology, human behaviour, persuasion and genetics; and with extensive experience in international transactions, including at the United Nations (UNCITRAL) and the US (Goldberg Kohn). Fatos directs a number of related courses, including the ‘International Business Law’, ‘Psychology and Law’, ‘The Psychology of Decision Making’ and ‘Public Speaking and Presenting’ courses. Read more…

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