In an ever-changing legal environment, professionals are always aware of the emphasis on exceptional communication skills. A thorough understanding of the English language is fundamental to success in this field.
This course is designed for law graduates and qualified lawyers, whose level of English is B2 (upper intermediate) or above. You will have the opportunity to practise speaking, listening, reading and writing in legal contexts. Students will learn legal vocabulary and there will be additional language input - for example, language for negotiating and for advising clients.
Who is this course for?
If you are a law graduate or a qualified lawyer then we would welcome you to take this course. Professionals working within a legal field are also eligible.
What are the course requirements?
We ask that you complete a short Needs Analysis. We may also ask for an online video assessment (eg. Skype) to establish your motivations and goals and to ascertain your level of English (B2 Upper Intermediate or above is ideal).
What topics are covered in this course?
Sources of Law
-UK court systems
-Structure of law firms
-Company formation and management
-Shares and shareholders
-Contract formation, disputes, breaches and remedies
Intellectual Property Law
By the end of your course, you will feel assured in your capabilities to communicate extensively on the most common and important issues surrounding the legal system. You will be able to learn also through lively debates and discussions.
This course is taught by an experienced English teaching professional, with access to a wide range of authentic materials and books related to the legal profession. The teacher will help you to discover and develop the language required to communicate effectively in English in your field, using your knowledge of the profession to help shape the classes.
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