Briefwriting Masterclass, 27-29 April 2016, Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja Lagos

Briefwriting Masterclass, 27-29 April 2016, Sheraton Lagos, Ikeja

Briefwriting Masterclass starts 9am tomorrow Wednesday 27 April and ends 4pm Friday 29 April. The venue is Sheraton Hotel Ikeja Lagos.

If you go through the attached course outline and the training program, you won’t want to miss this CLE event.

We are talking 3 days of intensive immersion in written-advocacy pedagogy, with exercises, tasks, and presentations.

You can still register today. How? Just pay N150,000 to:

Account name: ​The Write House
Account number: ​0153954433
Bank: GTBank

You can pay by (online) transfer or cash deposit. If you’re paying by online transfer, enter your full name in the Reference or Remarks section of your bank’s online platform. If you deposit cash, insert your name on the deposit slip and scan the slip to info@writehouseng.com.

Then email your full name, email address, phone numbers, and law firm (or organization) to info@writehouseng.com.

Now consider yourself registered.

Briefwriting Masterclass
Pay discounted fee of N150,000 up to Tuesday 26 April 2016.

A brief should be luminous, not voluminous.” – Irvin Taylor

Come and learn how best to prepare persuasive briefs, submissions, and written addresses.

Filter your persuasive-writing prowess through the alembic of The Write House’s outstanding pedagogy.

Then you can implement writing that arrests judicial imagination.

When you write as we teach, the judiciary will fall in love with your majestic prose, while looking askance at your opponent’s malnourished rhetoric.

Briefwriting Masterclass is a mixed grill of law, linguistics, logic, psychology, rhetoric, and semantics. Its boldly interdisciplinary pedagogy makes this course indisputably nonpareil.

Briefwriting Masterclass will:
1. Sharpen your analytical skills- you’ll learn to analyze facts, issues, and authorities;
2. Hone your issue-spotting acumen- you’ll learn to identify and diagnose legal issues; and
3. Deepen your precedent-application prowess- you’ll learn to synthesize diverse precedents and apply them to your clients’ advantage.

Download course outline here.

Dates: Wed 27-Fri 29 April 2016
Time: 9am-5pm each day
Venue: Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja Lagos
Fees-
Before 27 April 2016: N150,000
From 27 April 2016: N180,000

Please pay to The Write House, 0153954433, GTBank.
• If you pay by online transfer, enter your full name in the Reference or Remarks column of your bank’s online platform, or email transfer advice to chinua@writehouseng.com.
• If you deposit cash or cheque, add your name to the deposit slip, and email it to chinua@writehouseng.com.
• Once we confirm your payment, we shall register you and prepare your certificate in advance.

Click here to complete and submit online-registration form.

Enquiries:
Iyere 0806 735 1417
Kome 0806 092 6746

The Write House
www.writehouseng.com
Email chinua@writehouseng.com

Phone +234 803 341 2508, +234 812 236 3614

Enjoy an early-bird discount to Briefwriting Masterclass, 2-4 Dec, Abuja

Enjoy an early-bird N50,000 discount to Briefwriting Masterclass

Register and pay before Saturday 21 November 2015 to take advantage of the early-bird discount. You pay only N100,000. You get N50,000 off.

A brief should be luminous, not voluminous.” – Irvin Taylor

Briefwriting Masterclass is an eclectic treatment of written advocacy. Linguistics, logic, psychology, rhetoric, and semantics combine with law to make this course indisputably nonpareil.

This brief-writing symposium will:

    1. sharpen your analytical skills- you’ll learn to analyze facts, issues, and authorities;
    2. hone your issue-spotting acumen- you’ll learn to identify and diagnose legal issues; and
    3. deepen your precedent-application prowess- you’ll learn to synthesize diverse precedents and apply them to your clients’ advantage.

You will learn how to write winning briefs, submissions, and written addresses.

Just look at the course outline (attached below). Download the course outline here.

When you write as we teach, the judiciary will fall in love with your majestic prose, whilst looking askance at your opponent’s lumpen apologetics.

Dates: Wed 2-Friday 4 Dec 2015
Time: 9am-5pm each day
Venue: Chelsea Hotel, CBD Abuja
Fees: Before 21 Nov, N100,000
From 21 Nov, N150,000

Please pay in advance to The Write House, 0153954433, GTBank.

• If you pay by online transfer, enter your full name in the Reference or Remarks column of your bank’s online platform or email transfer advice to chinua@writehouseng.com.
• If you deposit cash or cheque, add your name onto the deposit slip and email it to chinua@writehouseng.com.
• Once we confirm your payment, we shall register you and prepare your certificate in advance.

The Write House
www.writehouseng.com
Email chinua@writehouseng.com
Phone +234 803 341 2508, +234 812 236 3614

Brief-writing book, ‘Anatomy of a Brief’, now N3000!

We celebrate with the Nigerian legal community, especially the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), on the forthcoming 2015 NBA Annual General Conference Abuja.

As one of our contributions to the development of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) in Nigeria, we have reduced the price of our brief-writing book, Anatomy of a Brief , to N3000.

The Write House will make copies available to delegates at the Conference venue, International Conference Centre, Central Area, Abuja.

Request a copy for yourself or copies for your firm, court, or organization to learn how we are revolutionizing the way you prepare briefs, written addresses, and submissions.

For more details about the book, please click here.

Nigerian Lawyers acquire advocacy skills in Lagos

A cross-section of lawyers at Brief Writing Masterclass, 26-28 November 2014, Sheraton Lagos.

A cross-section of lawyers at Brief Writing Masterclass, 26-28 November 2014, Sheraton Lagos.

The legal profession is becoming more demanding. Civil and criminal matters before our courts remain high. Clients now need results, not just talk. Lawyers, not only judges, have a major role to play to make the legal system work better for everyone. Many Nigerian lawyers are now rising up to the challenge by improving their advocacy and writing skills.

At the Brief Writing Masterclass recently held in Lagos, Nigerian lawyers who attended the 3-day training did just that.

The brief-writing masterclass was held 26-28 November 2014 at Sheraton Lagos. It attracted participants from various law firms across the country.

Brief Writing Masterclass was an intensive and highly interactive workshop where advocates learnt how to write winning briefs. The 3-day training made participants appreciate that a winning brief should be luminous not voluminous. Chinua Asuzu the CEO of The Write House facilitated the training.

The participants were happy they attended the training. Some of the participants confirmed the training impacted on them, and would make changes in the way they prepare briefs.

At the end of the workshop, The Write House presented certificates to the participants.

Since 2012, The Write House continues to pioneer the plain-English movement in Nigeria. The Write House is Africa’s frontline team of legal-writing consultants, experts, and trainers. By conducting regular legal-writing workshops, The Write House is pioneering clarity in communication and writing in the legal community.