When it comes to legal writing, presentation and wording are very important. The legal jargon needs to be put in the right places, observing formalities and in the right prose. It is important to make a good show of yourself as legal officials and lawyers are expected to present an impressive command of language and confidence. There are some writing rules that apply, that can be observed to make for a better writing style and overall presentation.
You have finished your undergrad successfully. After a few years, you chose to do a masters. Some people to do it right after they have finished their first degree, but I think that is unwise. For one, you may have an interest in the subject, but without experience in the marketplace, you do not know much more than that. In fact, after some time as an employee, you may consider changing your course altogether. Therefore, my advice would be to wait a few years 2-3 even five, to do a masters. This will really enhance your resume because you have a somewhat lengthy experience and then the masters will be that icing on the cake.
A breach of contract refers to when any party privy to an agreement or contract whether oral or written fails to perform according to the terms of the contract. There are many ways to be in breach of contract but many times it refers, to failure to supply goods, failure to pay contractors, providing inferior services and products. There is a standard that is agreed upon and it must be maintained. In simple terms a breach of contract is a broken promise to do something. In legal terms it is ‘an unjustifiable failure to perform terms of a contract’. In a different definition it is explained as ‘the violation of contract through failure to perform, or through interference with the performance of the contractual obligations’.