Legal English Writing Skills Masterclass
What you'll learn
- Legal English Skills
- Improve your Legal Writing Skills
- Understand English Law Better
- Improve your English Grammar Knowledge
- Help with the TOLES Test of Legal English Skills
- Intermediate level of English and above
A comprehensive new course for learning and engaging with legal English writing skills
Do you want to become more familiar with legal vocabulary and terminology?
Do you need to develop your understanding of legal jargon?
Do you want to learn how to write simple letters to your clients with confidence?
Do you need to improve your legal skills?
Do you want to work with an experienced Legal English teacher who has taught leading international lawyers from all over the world?
This course allows you to improve your legal English language skills by learning how to use articles, prepositions, punctuation.
Law firms are looking for candidates who have great communication skills. This course will give you the skills to have specialised communication skills.
This practical course is designed with the help of Legal English teachers and students to help you to improve your written English skills.
You will learn tips on enhancing your writing skills
You will gain a greater knowledge of key vocabulary used in the English legal system
You will learn how to use punctuation effectively in your writing
You will learn how to write letters in English
You will learn the basics of drafting clear commercial contracts
By the end of this course, you will have gained valuable knowledge and experience for writing fluently in Legal English and Business English
Who this course is for:
- Law students
- Legal professionals
Michael Davies is the lead teacher for Legal English UK, the world's number one School of English for Lawyers and law students.
Legal English UK runs language training for lawyers and law students. Based in the UK, we run courses all around the world guided by expert teachers with experience of teaching Legal English and Business English. Our clients include Google, Cisco, Baker McKenzie and Ashurst.