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Online Program

Register for our online session.

Dates: January 25 - April 8, 2016
Synchronous weekly sessions: Fridays from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EST). There will be no class during spring break (March 6 - 13, 2016).

Deadline: January 29, 2016

Rate: $1,100

*Payment of a nonrefundable $200 deposit is due upon registration. Full payment is due by January 12, 2016. Payment can be made online by credit card, by personal check made out to American University, or by wire transfer. Please note that there is a $200.00 cancellation fee.

Online Legal Spanish Program

WCL's online Legal Spanish Program presents Spanish terminology in context. It focuses on U.S. Criminal Law, U.S. Immigration Law, and cross-cultural communication and it is taught by specialists in each field. Participants will interact with professionals online and broaden their knowledge of legal terminology and concepts in Spanish. This will help them communicate in Spanish both with clients and other attorneys.

What Makes This Program Different?

This online program provides participants with the flexibility and convenience of studying legal Spanish while maintaining their day-to-day responsibilities.

Certificate of Attendance

Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance upon successful completion of the Online Legal Spanish Program (successful completion is defined as at least 70% of all coursework).

Schedule

The online program will have asynchronous and synchronous components. Participants will watch lectures and complete exercises in their own time. They will also meet online once a week at a specified time.

CLE Accreditation

American University Washington College of Law is an accredited provider for VA and PA, with reciprocity for such states as NY, NJ, CA, and VT. The granting of accreditation for these and all other states will depend on individual state criteria and accreditation will be applied for as requested. Attendees are advised to contact their own state to ensure that online/on-demand programs are accepted by their state for continuing legal education as the criteria varies considerably.

Legal Spanish Program
Washington College of Law, Room 345
4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
USA

LegalSpanish@wcl.american.edu