This legal French/English/Spanish course is a language course and not a class in law. It is not required that leaners have previous knowledge of a specific system of legality. Learning is based on language level and skills, and the goal is to master the language as it relates to judicial and legal frameworks. It is obvious, therefore, that legal language – and specifically judicial terms – relate to notions of law. English or French, as they relate to the law, is still law, be it in English or French. The content of the program relates to the general legal terminology that all legal professionals must have, especially those in business law.
There are two specifications to know:
- Certain texts on international public law can serve as support material for the course.
- Themes addressed during this course may relate to French, English, Spanish, or international legal systems.
After registering for this course, you will receive the details and break-down of the program as they correspond to your level and your target language.