Attend face-to-face or the interactive online event on the 22-23 September

Examining key elements in contract law & contractual obligations to manage risk, audit contracts & improve dispute resolution methods.

This masterclass provides a practical foundation for managers and directors from all sized organisations on the drafting, administration and enforcement of commercial contracts and contract law. 
Focusing on key elements of contractual obligations to manage risk, audit contracts and improve dispute resolution methods as we transition through and beyond a Covid-19 environment.
In just one day, you will learn how to avoid the risk of drafting unenforceable contracts, lower the risk of unforeseen contractual obligations and learn how to ‘get tough’ when enforcing contracts.
Most importantly, learn to do this without seeking a lawyer’s advice, and quicker – freeing up your time to make better business decisions and save money on ongoing legal fees.
If you need a clear understanding of the foundations of contract law, the Contract Law Fundamentals Masterclass goes into the details of the formation of contracts, the rights and obligations of the parties to an agreement, potential vitiating factors in contracts, how to enforce a contract and appropriate remedies in the event of a contractual breach.
Make the leap from theory to practice – learn how to apply the legal concepts to the types of contracts that you would come across in your role.
With small sizes of approximately 20 delegates per location, this masterclass will give delegates ample time for key topic discussion with the expert facilitator. 

Contract Law Fundamentals Masterclass Leader

Dr. Cyril Jankoff | EdD MBA LLB B Bus (Acc’y) Dip Contract Mgt, FCPA FAIM SRME


Jankoff Solicitors

Cyril is experienced and qualified in the law and how the subject matter is applied in practice with over 30 years of commercial contracts experience spanning procurement, contract management, sales and vendor management, drafting, dispute resolution and litigation.  This experience, coupled with his ability to reduce complex legal concepts into plain language in an engaging way, has made him one of the most sought-after contract-law resources for business executives over the last 30 years.

Scott Alden


Holding Redlich,(SYD)

Scott has over 20 years’ experience and advises private and public sector clients on major projects. He acts for owners, contractors and bidders in relation to all aspects of a project including advising on procurement and contracting methodologies and approaches to market, documenting the procurement process, drafting and negotiating the contract and also acting as probity advisor. Scott has expertise in general contractual and legislative advice and the tendering process in projects across multiple sectors including government infrastructure, water, social housing, ports, transport, and information technology. Scott regularly speaks at conferences on new forms of project delivery and is a regular contributor to journal articles on relevant topics.   

Matthew Lang


Jackson McDonald,(PER)

Matthew practices in all areas of law relating to construction and engineering projects. He acts on behalf of owners, contractors and consultants in construction disputes before various courts and tribunals and in drafting and advising on contract documentation. Matthew has experience in all forms of dispute resolution, including litigation, arbitration, mediation and adjudication.  Matthew has a Masters degree in law from the University of Queensland, with a specialisation in litigation and dispute resolution.

Why Attend?

  • Understand how to draft and manage pandemic clauses 
  • Grasp the crucial elements required for a good contract
  • Understand contractual material and essential terms
  • Avoid the traps and pitfalls in drafting a contract
  • Effectively handle and develop legally astute and advantageous contracts
  • Achieve effective, workable solutions for all your contracting needs
  • Implement strategies to ensure your contracts are plainly expressed and risk-managed
  • Understand how to protect your organisation from contract exposure
  • Clearly understand the force of your contractual obligations
  • Takeaway substantial user-friendly materials and contract law checklists outlining practical solutions to common legal problems at each stage of the contract lifecycle 


Who Should Attend?

 Anyone on either the buy or sell-side of contracts; who is involved in the negotiation, transaction or management of contracts.  
  • Directors
  • Managers 
  • Executives
  • Deal Makers
  • Contract Negotiators
  • Contract Managers
  • Customer Account Managers
  • Relationship Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Suppliers
  • Procurement Managers


Team Discounts




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Contract Law Fundamentals Workshop Venues

This workshop will be held in a 5-star hotel in each city CBD.

Venue will be confirmed 4 weeks prior to the event.