Precision Training Weekly: Transactional Edition

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Description: With Precision Training Weekly (PT Weekly), keep your proofreading "muscles" strong with ongoing practice. Each week for a month (4 weeks total), receive 5 sets of exercises delivered to your inbox.

As with the foundational Precision Training: Transactional Edition course, receive ample opportunity for iterative learning and skill "muscle building." If you make a mistake, not to worry. You'll get immediate feedback and unlock additional opportunities to practice the same type of exercise (a few exercises later and again before finishing each week's module). Praktio's strength is that it teaches to your weaknesses.

A perfect tool for junior transactional attorneys to ramp up their attention to detail, while also becoming more familiar with contract conventions, PT Weekly also provides even veteran lawyers an opportunity to stay sharp on the finer details of producing high-quality documents. 

  • Receive real-time feedback on your submissions, enabling you to quickly understand any mistakes made.
  • Reinforce learning moments by performing additional, targeted exercises (one a few exercises later and another at the end of the course) for every error missed.
  • Especially valuable for summer, junior, and incoming law-firm associates: Avoid "rookie" mistakes and unfavorable early impressions by calibrating your attention to detail and precision to the exacting levels expected by law-firm lawyers and clients.

Duration: You will have 1 year from the date of purchase to access and complete your online course materials, with a new exercise set being released each week following your purchase.

Logistics: Following checkout, you will receive an email providing you with access to your online course materials.  

Compatibility: Please use Chrome on a desktop/laptop for an optimal experience (not compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer).

We Don't Share Your Scores! Praktio does not share your performance data (e.g., "scores") with anyone, including your employer (e.g., if you're an associate taking this training at a law firm). The only information shared with employers who purchase this training for their employees is progress data (e.g., how much of the course you have completed by when).

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