Commercial contracts are so fundamental to the work of law departments, here are my eleven metaposts on contracts

With a rash of recent metaposts on contracts and how they are managed internally, I thought I should pull together a hyperpost. Here are 12 metaposts – collections of six or more blog posts on a topic – I have assembled, including two on document assembly.

Contracts, see document assembly (See my post of May 5, 2006: contracts with 15 references.).

Contracts II (See my post of Sept. 2, 2009: contracts with 48 references and 1 metapost.).

Contract templates, form contracts, see document assembly (See my post of Nov. 8, 2010: templates for common contracts with 11 references.).

Contract terms (See my post of June 19, 2011 #4: terms of contracts with 6 references.).

Contract managers, contract administrators (See my post of March 2, 2010: contract administrators and managers with 9 references.).

Contract management software (See my post of Nov. 22, 2008: contract management software with 11 references; and June 1, 2010: contract management and software to assist with 10 references.).

Contract technology II (See my post of June 15, 2011: contract software with 12 references.).

Contracts work core to in-house counsel (See my post of June 16, 2011: core function of inside lawyers is contracts with 13 references.).

Contract practices (See my post of June 14, 2011: practices related to contracts with 23 references.).

Document assembly (See my post of Feb. 26, 2008: document assembly with 16 references.).

Document assembly, automated drafting II (See my post of March 23, 2010: document assembly with 8 references and one metapost.).

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