Are you a lawyer or a law student interested in Contract law? Would you like to learn some useful words you can find in every contract? Some of them can be very tricky! Join our webinar and learn some new Legal English words.
Who will be your teacher?
Alex is a dual-qualified lawyer based in London. She is the founder of Alex Legal English and provides training for international lawyers and students who want to learn about the English legal system and want to work in an international environment.
Alex has worked for a number of law firms in the City of London, she is a UK qualified solicitor, Polish qualified advocate and holds a Cambridge teaching qualification.
Nick is a trainee advocate based in Warsaw. He is a contract lawyer working at an international company, English tutor and a translator.
Nick provides individual and group training to business and legal professionals. He helps them prepare for Cambridge English Qualifications and TOLES exams to get the upper hand in their careers and businesses.
Join our webinar on 6 December 2023 and learn some tricky Legal English words.
Join the webinar on 6 December 2023 at 7pm CET (Warsaw/Rome) | (6pm London). Don’t miss it and register today. There is no participation fee but you need to register using the link below:
Can you think of any tricky Legal English words used in contracts?
Those that are not obvious and might have a lot of meanings ❔🤨. We are going to look at some of them and go through all the meanings and potential problems with translation.
⚖️ Some tricky Legal English words:
These words have more than one meaning in everyday English and in Legal English.
Example: the word party has a different meaning in everyday English and in Legal English.
❔🤨 Do you know both meanings?
Can you think of any other tricky Legal English words?
If you’d like to learn some more tricky words, please join the webinar.
The webinar will take place on ZOOM on 6 December 2023 at 7 pm CET | 6 pm London (1h webinar plus Q&A).