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Wydłużone terminy zapisów na konferencje „Prawnik czyli Lawyer”

Wydłużone terminy zapisów na konferencje „Prawnik czyli Lawyer”

British Council przesunął terminy zamknięcia zapisów na konferencje „Prawnik czyli Lawyer” we Wrocławiu i Gdańsku. W przypadku wrocławskiej edycji chętni mogą się zapisywać do 13 maja br., natomiast zainteresowani konferencją w Gdańsku – do 18 maja br. Cykl konferencji „Prawnik czyli Lawyer”, poświęconych zastosowaniu testu ILEC (International Legal English Certificate) w procesie rekrutacji i rozwoju kariery zawodowej prawników, został opracowany przez British Council we współpracy z TransLegal, University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations oraz wydawnictwami Cambridge University Press i CH Beck.…

Bound In Human Skin

Title: Bound In Human Skin Word Count: 569 Summary: The art of bookbinding has been around since the 1st century AD. Over the course of time, various mediums have been used to cover the outside of the books. Leather and cloths have been the most common materials used in the binding of book.…

What You May Not Learn In College… (Part Two)

If you become a writer for any publication, private business, public entity, non-profit organization and/or large corporation that employs more than one editor, you may find that your job description, expected contributions, desired writing style and similar „guidelines” for your position – are subject to change daily/weekly/unpredictably – according to each editor’s mood and/or personal preferences.…

Pacing and Leading Your Copywriting Assigments

Yes, a good copywriter „paces and leads” the reader in the copy that she writes for her clients. But did you know? She must also pace and lead as part of successful copywriting project management. If you’re a copywriter, you know the frightening feeling of having stated on paper that you plan to have a project completed for a client by Date X, and then knowing that client is not rolling out feedback and updates fast enough to make that deadline reality.…

Got an Idea Turn it into a Novel in Thirty Days or Less!

People can’t believe I did it, but I did. I wrote my first novel, The League, in about 30 days. I never spent more than two hours on any given day, unless I wrote then went back to edit. I also found and signed with a publisher in one month (see my article, Whatever It Is, Publish It Now, for details on this).…
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