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Teaching ideas for lawyers about due diligence?

 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 03, 2006 11:51 am    Post subject: Teaching ideas for lawyers about due diligence? Reply with quote

This is a cross post, I also posted in Business English.

I need some creative ideas of how to teach something around the concept of due diligence reports for real estate/real property.

It's a class of lawyers who orginally wanted general business English, but now are asking for this (due diligence), which is a bit over my head, as I'm not a lawyer.

I don't even really know what they want with it, and when questioning them, they didn't seem to really know either. "Just some practice with it". Rolling Eyes

They have given me a copy of one of their due diligence templates, but I don't have any ideas of what to do with it, other than perhaps divide the pages amongst pairs and get them to analyse it and then present their findings to the group. But I'd like something perhaps a bit more fruitful and am desperate for ideas. Please help!
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