Introduction to Teaching English for Legal Purposes
3 - 7 September 2012
Venue: Römer Villa, Neu-Ulm / Germany
Course director: Matt Firth
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Legal English Teacher Training Overview, Ulm September 2012
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Demand has never been so great for teachers of English for Legal Purposes. Why?
- English is the lingua franca of the international legal community.
- European university law schools often require their students to study at
least one course in language for legal purposes. Most students choose English.
- Business people are increasingly required to have a working knowledge of
- The new Cambridge International Legal English Certificate has lead to a
huge increase in the number of courses in Legal English offered by private
language schools, individual trainers and institutions of higher and further
A strict maximum of 16
1 Week (40 hours): 3-7 September 2012
€ 990 (€ 950 for members of EULETA: European Legal English Teachers' Association)
Ulm and Neu-Ulm have a good selection of hotels and the local tourist office
will be pleased to help you find the right accommodation for your stay: www.tourismus.ulm.de