If you are asked to draft an agreement (a.k.a contract), there are some great tools to help you get started. Each of Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg have specialized databases dedicated to corporate lawyers. In these databases you will find millions of sample agreements that you can use to draft your own agreement.
On Westlaw, first select Practical Law from the Westlaw homepage:
Then, select your practice area (e.g. if you are drafting an employment agreement, select Labor & Employment):
Now, select from Sample Documents, Sample Clauses, and other resources to help you draft your agreement (such as Practice Notes, Checklists, Toolkits, and more):
Lexis users can use Practical Guidance to find similar resources:
Bloomberg Law aficionados have plenty of corporate drafting tools to choose from but probably the best place to start when drafting a corporate agreement is Practical Guidance:
If you have any questions about using these corporate transactional resources, or would like to discuss search strategies with a reference librarian, contact the reference desk. You can reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by chat from the library homepage, or drop in during our Zoom Office Hours (M-W-F: 1-3pm; Tu-Th: 3-5pm).