DocJuris University — Workshop II

Overview

After completing Workshop I, it's time to improve your DocJuris skillset with Workshop II. Before diving in, you should be familiar with analyzing a contract, making edits, and sending/exporting. For a refresher, click here to review the basics of analyzing contracts. This Workshop II dives deeper into contracts and precedent. If you need help remembering how to use DJU, click here.

WORKSHOP II

Contracts

Start here once playbooks/precedent are configured. Most users find that having DocJuris open on another screen helps with the learning curve. Remember, you can contact support@docjuris.com if you have any questions or feel stuck.

Lesson Topic Guide
Getting Started
3.01 Navigating the Analyzer  Open 
3.02 Info Tab Open
Editing and Collaborating on Contracts
3.03 Marking up contracts / undo Open
3.04 Accepting and rejecting changes Open
3.05 Toggle markups on and off Open
3.06 Co-authoring contracts at the same time

Open

3.07 Adding areas to a contract Open
Applying Playbooks
3.08 Playbooks vs. Precedent Open
3.09 Working with playbooks

Open

3.10 Pulling a Screening Report Open
3.11 Generating markups from drafting instructions  
3.12 Find and replace in contracts and playbooks Open
3.13 Working with Exhibits

Open

Precedent in the Analyzer
3.14 Using the precedent tab

Coming Soon

3.15 Finding similar clauses Coming Soon 
3.16 Generating markups from precedent

Coming Soon

Sending Your Review
3.17 Send options

Coming Soon

3.18 Arbiter deep dive

Open

3.19 Completing contracts

Coming Soon

3.20 Exporting contract markups or a clean copy

Open

Precedent

Precedent is the fastest way to find clauses. Whether it’s an initial template, detailed markups, counterparty redlines, or finalized execution copies, Precedent empowers users to find and leverage relevant contract language with contextual precision.

Lesson Topic Admin Only Guide Link
4.01 Uploading a Past Contract as Precedent Coming Soon
4.02 Navigating Precedent (Standalone)   Coming Soon
4.03 Searching for Precedent in the Analyzer   Coming Soon