Report and Legal Writing

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Writing is a part of your daily task, whatever your field is. A structured writing is not only appreciated, but it is necessary, sometimes even demanded. There’s a certain standard needs to be met in technical writing, may it be for a simple comprehension or for liability purposes. This is essential for working professionals. 

Learn how to compose a significant document, use logical principles, appropriate composition structure, and step-by-step instructional approach. You’ll need to convey your message cogently, clearly, and correctly through various means of writing. You’ll be exposed to terms of reference, summary, legal brief, formal report, and policy memo. Develop a proper documentation for all kinds of needs.


Fundamentals of Writing

Understand the process of writing, the framework, style, and brainstorming process. This is the first step to write with clarity, structure, and style.

Topics Covered:

1. Understand a variety of writing tools
2. How to brainstorm ideas
3. How to bring your writing to life
4. How to use and include data in your writing
5. Learn the purpose of writing as a form of communication


Report Writing

Learn how to summarize, edit, and write reports using a systematic manner. Organize facts and information, compile, and create a readable narrative for all kinds of audience.

Topics Covered:

1. Understand different report types
2. Know how to interpret and respond to ToR (Terms of Reference) or briefs
3. Be aware of different stages in report-writing process and apply them properly
4. Know how to structure a good report, and how to identify the various elements
5. Understand how to choose the best style, tense and level of formality to use


Legal Writing

Learn how to simplify to create clarity and objectivity. Write a strong beginning and a memorable closing. Structure stronger content and context for your memos, summary, and agreement.

Topics Covered:

1. Understand writing process and basic composition structure and effective organization writing techniques
2. Analyze legal cases and construct evidence-based arguments
3. Practice of precise language and non-ambiguous language
4. Apply research methods and reference legal rules as supportive arguments
5. Use persuasive and argument approaches



Employees and managers, as well as students and other professionals whose daily job includes the production of report-type documents.


The course will be held on our premises for 3 (three) days and lasts for 8 (eight) hours per session which includes two coffee breaks and one lunch break.


We offer 10% discount for all students (ID required) and specific payment plans for individuals and organizations which enroll three or more participants in the same course.