EVENTS & CONFERENCES

  • Legal English Training Program – Part II

    March 16 2009, 01:00 - 01:00
    Location: American Chamber of Commerce in France, 156 boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris, France


    Legal English Training Program – Part II

    In preparation for the International Legal English Certificate (ILEC) developed by Cambridge University
    10 Weeks Beginning on January 26, 2009
    Legal Lingua, in conjunction with The American Chamber of Commerce’s Training and Education Task Force, announce the Legal English Training Program – Part II in preparation for the International Legal English Certificate (ILEC) developed by Cambridge University. For more information about ILEC please visit www.legalenglishtest.org
    The training program is designed to improve the legal English skills of non-native English speaking legal professionals who work in an international environment. There is no requirement to take the ILEC examination. Membership in AmCham is NOT required.

    WHEN: Every Monday evening beginning on January 26, 2009 from 19h-21h.

    WHERE: American Chamber of Commerce in France, 156 boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris, France

    DURATION: 10 Weeks

    REQUIRED ENGLISH LEVEL: Intermediate or above

    CLASS SIZE: Class size is limited to 12 people

    COST: 85 EUR per class or 765 EUR H.T. (a 10% discount) for the entire 10 week series. Plus the cost of the ILEC book.

    TO REGISTER: Email info@legallingua.com

    Stephanie Schantz is an American lawyer and director of Legal Lingua with over 10 years experience in the legal field. She received her Juris Doctorate (JD) from the University of Wisconsin Law School and a Bachelors Degree (BA) in government from Franklin and Marshall College. Additionally, she studied at Sciences Po and La Sorbonne in Paris, France. Since moving to France, Stephanie has lectured at the University of Paris II (Pantheon-Assas) and at ESC-Dijon. She currently teaches “The Language of American Law: An Introduction” at Sciences Po.
    The course is approved for 20 hours of MCLE credit in California and, by reciprocity, for continuing legal education credit in France and New York.