2 Law Studies in Legal English 2020
Law courses are great opportunities for personal development and can be taken on their own or with another degree you are pursuing. Course material usually focuses on currently relevant issues in fields such as intellectual property and commercial law.
Lawyers and other legal professionals use a unique form of English in their work. Often called "legalese" or "lawspeak," this form of English uses terminology and grammar that is not common. Some students can benefit from a course dedicated to this legal English.
Course in Legal English
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The Legal English Institute is open to all international Suffolk Master of Laws students to ensure they have the tools needed to transition successfully to LLM coursework.
Four-week, summer introduction to U.S. common law and U.S. legal research, writing and analysis, and an opportunity to improve legal English language skills.