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Lgl Eng for Lawyers (LAW-096-001)
English for Lawyers is a content-based non-credit second language learning course. The course promotes advanced language proficiency and communication through legal content, developing work and study skills necessary for international lawyers. ILSP students learn to demonstrate: 1) cognitive academic language proficiency in a U.S. academic legal context, and 2) professional presentation when speaking as a lawyer using English as a second or third language. English for Lawyers supports and is taught in conjunction with American Legal Institutions: Legal Research & Writing. The courses share the same content base and complement each other with mutually coordinated written assignments. English for Lawyers impacts student writing on three levels: sentence, paragraph, and organization. There is an additional charge of $2,522 for this class.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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REQUIRED MATERIALS: Intro to Legal English by Wojcik (Paperback) - ISBN: 9780982353806 - Edition: 3rd; Just Writing...Legal Writer (w/Access Code) by Enquist (Paperback) - ISBN #9781454826989 - Edition: 4th
First Class Readings
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