Legal English 20-30

This Legal English course 20-30 is for lawyers aged 20-30 and covers a range of legal topics with a focus on contract drafting, legal case studies, negotiations and participation in meetings. You will develop the skills and gain the confidence you need to become an effective communicator in a legal setting. You will also cover the general language skills to help you to interact confidently in a wide range of formal and informal situations.

Who’s it for?

This three-week legal English course is designed for newly qualified lawyers and law students aged 20-30. Typically, course participants need to develop their speaking and writing skills to help them communicate complex legal ideas and concepts to partners, clients and colleagues in a variety of formal and less formal situations including meetings, negotiations, and networking events.

On completion of your Legal English course 20-30, you may wish to continue with a formal Legal English qualification. We offer a one-week TOLES exam preparation course.

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The Benefits

At the end of the Legal English course you can expect to:

  • Be able to communicate more confidently and spontaneously in a legal setting
  • Be able to communicate more accurately in a legal context
  • Be able to use specialised legal terminology more effectively
  • Be able to write more effective legal texts
  • Be able to participate more confidently in meetings and negotiations
  • Have improved your networking skills

Course Content

This legal English course focuses on developing your English skills in a legal setting, and the vocabulary of criminal law, civil law, contract law, and EC law. Areas of focus include:

  • Spoken fluency – case studies, legal process, negotiations
  • Legal vocabulary – relating to commercial law, contracts, describing legal concepts
  • Grammar development
  • Listening practice and comprehension
  • Communication skills – discussions, negotiations, conflict, dealing with difficult situations
  • Telephoning and spoken communication
  • Networking English – hospitality, travelling, inviting, advising, apologising.
  • Visiting legal experts
  • Visits to the Old Bailey and the Civil Courts when possible
  • Word Stream legal English online course

Optional self-study: Before or after your classes, you can use the Self-Study Area in your centre. There are computers, a printer and plenty of desk space available. The Self-Study Areas are available whenever our centres are open. See the opening times for our centres here.

Included in fees

Fees include training plus:

  • All Legal English course materials and resources
  • Daily three-course lunch (Monday to Friday)
  • Weekly networking reception
  • Access to London School Online platform
  • Detailed end-of-course progress report
  • Three legal London visits (courts and Parliament)
  • Three lectures by legal experts

High level of training, friendly staff and atmosphere. The course is serious and very helpful because it covers a great deal of areas of law and topics. I attended Legal English course 20-30 and I strongly recommend this course!!

Chiara

When we are open: Check our standard opening times and the days when our centres are closed on public holidays by clicking this link.

Legal English Course 20-30

Legal English Course 20-30

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  • location London, Holland Park Gardens
  • students Max group: 10
  • age For ages: 20-30
    Average Age: 24
  • duration Duration: 3 weeks
  • time 24 hours for week
    09.30 - 16.00 (Monday to Friday)
  • dates Start dates 2019: 21 October, 2 December

    2020: 6 January, 3 February, 2 March, 4 May, 1 June, 29 June, 27 July, 24 August, 19 October, 23 November
  • timetable Sample week
  • price £1770 for 3 weeks
    +£50 per week summer supplement for courses from 1st July to 16th August

English Level

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9

Level 1 (Beginner)

I do not speak any English.

Level 2 (Elementary)

I can say and understand a few things in English.

Level 3 (Pre-Intermediate)

I can communicate simply and understand in familiar situations but only with some difficulty.

Level 4 (Low Intermediate)

I can make simple sentences and can understand the main points of a conversation but need much more vocabulary.

Level 5 (Intermediate)

I can speak and understand reasonably well and can use basic tenses but have problems with more complex grammar and vocabulary.

Level 6 (Upper Intermediate)

I speak and understand well but still make mistakes and fail to make myself understood occasionally.

Level 7 (Pre-Advanced)

I speak and understand well but still make mistakes and fail to make myself understood occasionally.

Level 8 (Advanced)

I speak and understand very well but sometimes have problems with unfamiliar situations and vocabulary.

Level 9 (Very Advanced)

I speak and understand English completely fluently.