Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Introduction to Teaching Legal English - How to teach Legal English

TransLegal, Cambridge ESOL and Cambridge University Press will be hosting three one-day Legal English teacher training sessions in July.

Monday 6 July, Vienna 10.00 – 18.30
Tech Gate Vienna Donau-City-Strasse 1, A-1220 Wien

Monday 27th July 2009, Munich 10.00 – 18.30
Platzl Hotel Sparkassenstraße 10, 80331 München

Wednesday 29th July 2009, Hamburg 10.00 – 18.30
Bucerius Law School Jungiusstraße 6, 20355 Hamburg

The sessions will be run by Amy Krois-Lindner and Matt Firth, co-authors of the International Legal English coursebooks, and will include work in the following areas:

Introduction to Teaching Legal English - How to teach Legal English
Setting up an ILEC (International Legal English) class
Materials development for Legal English
Course design for Legal English

We will also be running evening sessions aimed at introducing ILEC to law firms. This might be a useful way for teachers interested in teaching ILEC classes to generate some potential business, so please do pass on this information to any law firms or lawyers who might be interested.

Evening session outline:

16.45 – 18.15 Presentation of ILEC to law firms: This interactive presentation
includes an introduction to ILEC, available materials and support and
information on how to set up an ILEC course in-house or working together with
language schools respectively. Final question and answers session.

The events are free of charge. Workshops and refreshments will be provided
courtesy of Cambridge ESOL, TransLegal and Cambridge University Press.

Online registration is available at:


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