Legal English 20-30

This Legal English course 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.

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Who is it for?

This 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 will continue with a formal Legal English qualification with the TOLES (Test of Legal English Skills) exam preparation course.

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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!!



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

  • Communicate more confidently and spontaneously in a legal setting
  • Communicate more accurately in a legal context
  • Use specialised legal terminology more effectively
  • Write more effective legal texts
  • 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

Included in fees

Fees include training plus:

  • All course materials and resource
  • Three months access to London School Online platform
  • Detailed end-of-course progress report
  • Certificate of course completion

  • location London, Holland Park Gardens
  • students Maximum group size: 10
  • age Age: 20-30
  • duration Duration: 4 weeks
  • time 24 hours per week
    09.30 - 16.00 (Monday to Friday)
  • dates Start dates 2022
    23 May (3 weeks)
    27 June (3 weeks)
    25 July (3 weeks)
    22 August (3 weeks)
    17 October (3 weeks)
    21 November (3 weeks)

    Start dates 2023
    9 January (4 weeks)
    6 February (4 weeks)
    6 March (4 weeks)
    24 April (4 weeks)
    22 May (4 weeks)
    3 July (4 weeks)
    31 July (4 weeks)
    16 October (4 weeks)
    20 November (4 weeks)
  • timetable Sample week
  • price 2022
    £2380 for 4-week package + £150 exam fee

    £2600 for 4-week package + £150 exam fee

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.