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English for Law

English is the language of communication in the modern legal community.

About the program

English for Law course will not only improve your general level of English but will also improve your knowledge in the field of civil, corporate and contract law, formal report writing and much more. 

By the end of the course, you will be better able to communicate effectively with legal colleagues from around the world.

Note

The programme runs for 8 weeks and students can join individual modules on the given dates.

Modules may change or can be changed according to student preference.

Includes

20 lessons of General English + 10 lessons of English for Law

requirements

Minimum English level: Intermediate

Available in

London, UK
Cambridge, UK
Toronto, Canada and,
Auckland, New Zealand.

Start dates | July and August

MODULE 1: Company Law
MODULE 2: Contractual Law
MODULE 3: Employment Law and Human Resources
MODULE 4: Human Rights, Immigration and Civil Liberty
MODULE 5: Competition/Monopolies Law, Acquisition and Mergers
MODULE 6: Copyright
MODULE 7: Criminal Law
MODULE 8: Constitutional Law

Start dates | September and October

MODULE 1: Company Law
MODULE 2: Contractual Law
MODULE 3: Employment Law and Human Resources
MODULE 4: Human Rights, Immigration and Civil Liberty
MODULE 5: Competition/Monopolies Law, Acquisition and Mergers
MODULE 6: Copyright
MODULE 7: Criminal Law
MODULE 8: Constitutional Law

Curriculum

Company Law

Company formation and management
Capitalism
Fundamental changes in a company
Setting up a business

Contractual Law

Contract formation
Remedies
Assignment and third-party rights
Consideration
Misrepresentation
Contract law
Terms and conditions: The language of contracts
A case law report

Employment Law and
Human Resources

Employment law
Employing people

Human Rights,
Immigration, and Civil
Liberty

Human rights law
Practising diversity
The costs of pollution
A safe workplace?

Competition/Monopolies
Law, Acquisition and
Mergers

Competition law
International law
International mergers and acquisitions
Mergers and acquisitions

Copyright

International property
Computers in law
Protecting intellectual property
Protecting intellectual property

Criminal Law

Crimes and civil wrongs
Theft 1 – the theft act
Theft 2 – appropriation
Homicide
Cybercrime – a worldwide threat
New ways of dealing with fraud
Insider dealing

Constitutional Law

Law and order
Landmarks in law
Business and the law
Different countries, different legal systems

Price varies from student nationality, program location and total weeks of study.

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