MODULE 1A: BACK TO BASICS
Section 1: What's it all about?
Section 2: What is legislation?
Section 3: Why do we draft as we do?
Section 4: How important is grammar?
MODULE 1B: GETTING GOING
Section 1: What are the stages in the preparation of legislation?
Section 2: What do we do with instructions?
MODULE 2: WORKING WITHIN LIMITS
Section 1: How do we work with the rules of interpretation?
Section 2: How do we work under the Interpretation Act?
Section 3: How do we work under the Constitution?
Section 4: How do we work with Fundamental Freedoms provisions?
MODULE 3: GETTING ORGANISED
Section 1: How should we structure legislation?
Section 2: How might we design a legislative plan?
MODULE 4A: MAKING THE RIGHT EXPRESSION
Section 1: How do we begin to compose legislative sentences?
Section 2: How should we express legislative sentences?
Section 3: How do we punctuate legislation?
Section 4: What can go wrong in legislative expression?
MODULE 4B: PUTTING ON THE STYLE
Section 1: How can we develop an effective legislative style?
MODULE 5A: TOPPING .....
Section 1: What do we include in preliminary provisions?
Section 2: How do we draft titles, preambles and words of enactment?
Section 3: How do we draft commencement and duration provisions?
Section 4: How do we draft interpretation clauses?
Section 5: When should we use purpose clauses?
Section 6: When should we use application provisions?
MODULE 5B: ....... AND TAILING
Section 1: What do we include in final provisions?
Section 2: How do we delegate powers to legislate?
Section 3: How should we repeal and amend legislation?
Section 4: When do we need saving and transitional provisions?
Section 5: How do we draft Schedules
MODULE 6: PARTICULAR CASES
Section 1: How do we draft compliance provisions?
Section 2: How do we draft subsidiary legislation?