Legal English: How to Understand and Master the Language of Law offers a contemporary guide for students and practitioners alike who want to improve their language skills and build confidence in communicating effectively from the classroom to the courtroom. The second edition has been completely revised and updated to cover all aspects of language as used in a legal context where effective communication is crucial to both academic and professional success.
|Publication date:||15th June 2011|
|Author:||William McKay, Helen Elizabeth Charlton, Grant Barsoum|
|Publisher:||Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited|
|Categories:||Legal skills & practice,|
William R. McKay is a qualified solicitor and Senior Lecturer on the Legal Practice Course at London Metropolitan University. He teaches Business Law and Practice, Intellectual Property, Employment Law, and Mediation. He has also taught civil litigation, civil advocacy, opinion writing, drafting, and employment law on the Bar Vocational Course. Helen E. Charlton (LL B and MA TEFL) has taught English as a foreign language for several leading language schools. She teaches Business English to clients from major corporations and has worked in Japan. Grant Barsoumis a Senior Lecturer in Academic English and Academic Skills at London Metropolitan University. In ...More About William McKay, Helen Elizabeth Charlton, Grant Barsoum