IMS Law College is a law school located in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. The college is affiliated to Chaudhary Charan Singh University and recognized by Bar Council of India. It was established in 2004.
About the Course
Legal English is a different language from general English with which you are acquainted. Lawyers write in a different language laden with Latin terms. Sentences are often structured differently in legal English.
The words, phrases, maxims lawyers use are often centuries old and no longer commonly used in general English. New prepositions need to be learnt. When you read a commercial contract or read a letter, there is new technical vocabulary to understand on every page.
Feeling the need to prepare the students to meet the challenges of expression required for the profession, this Legal English Intensive Course is designed for legal professionals like you, your needs in view of which it will equip you with the material you require to practice in an efficient and effective way. It is based upon our many years’ experience of teaching and working with lawyers, law students and law teachers from around the world.
This Legal English course covers a wide range of Legal English areas including:
Sharpening of Grammar and Composition Skills
Legal systems and procedures
Legalese and legal drafting
Drafting and terminology of commercial contracts
Legal Notice Drafting
Judgment Writing Skills
Presenting information and legal opinions
Comparing styles – legalese and plain English
Strengthening comprehension skills
4 Months/20 sessions of 40 hrs
Duration: The course will start on August 2019. The course will take place from Monday to Friday from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
On completion of the course, a student would be issued a Course Completion Certificate.
Class Timings: 3 PM-5:00 PM
Venue: D Block Boardroom, IMS Law College, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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