English Language Courses -
English for Lawyers (Part Time)
Whitechapel College has designed this course for those who have (recently) qualified as lawyers, or who are still studying law and require to demonstrate to their employers that they have the required specialist English language skills.
The course has been created to meet the needs of both employers and employees engaged in the practice of law. Every employer - in an increasingly global marketplace – expects the legal staff they employ to have an appropriate level of English in general and Legal English in particular. This is because legal staff often require to communicate with clients in other countries and to be able to deal with materials written in English – the lingua franca of law and business.
The course is also suitable for law students who wish to study law in English either in their own country or abroad.
Our lecturing staff are well-qualified. All of them hold Bachelor degrees in law and Masters degrees in law. In some cases they have a Ph.D. All of our lecturers have teaching experience of over 20 years both in private and public university sectors. Some are Solicitors of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. One has considerably expertise on the law and procedure at the London Court of International Arbitration and in the Middle-East. All of our lecturers have experience in lecturing on Institute of Legal Executive (ILEX) courses in the UK.
Intermediate level of English proficiency is required
Minimum one (1) week and maximum twelve (12) weeks
Every Monday (where there is a holiday on any Monday then it starts on the next opening day)