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Portafolio y www.LexBase.com anuncian a sus lectores del Blog Jurídico las nuevas conferencias gratuitas para el mes de marzo que serán dictados por el área de Educación Continuada de la Universidad de Georgetown y Lex Mercator
Conferencia: “Ingles Jurídico: Top 15 términos que necesita conocer”
Fecha: jueves 10 de marzo a 5 p.m. hora de Washington, D.C. y hora de Colombia
Duración: Una (1) hora
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Kit Williams is the Managing Director of Georgetown Law's International Commercial Practice Series. He has spent the last decade creating, teaching, and delivering U.S. law school-based education programs for lawyers and law students around the world. He is an instructor in the Georgetown Law online program for lawyers across Latin America and frequently speaks in-person to groups of lawyers and law students across the region. He has worked with thousands of lawyers and students to sharpen their professional skills and grow their practice. Mr. Williams is the former director of the LL.M. and international programs at Louisiana State University (LSU Law) and served as visiting professor at several law schools in Argentina and Costa Rica. He is a graduate of LSU Law Center with a Doctor of Jurisprudence and post-graduate certificate in Civil Law. He is fluent in Spanish and professionally conversant in Portuguese.
Every year I talk with thousands of lawyers in Latin America, and almost every lawyer I meet wants to know how to improve his or her professional and Legal English skills.
That’s why I want to invite you to an online lecture next week entitled“Legal English: The Top 15 Terms You Need to Know”.
In this lecture, I take a look at legal terms that most often confuse non-native English speakers, particularly folks trained in the Civil Law system.
Frankly, even native English-speakers are always working to improve Legal English skills. As lawyers we live and die by the power of words, so, of course, language matters to us.
Precise meanings are essential.
This free one-hour lecture will focus on some terms and phrases that are so key in legal documents. They come up time and again, and you may have seen some of them before. You may even have an idea of what they mean, but I guarantee that some of them will surprise you. Meanings are subtle and tricky, and we’ll look at some in the lecture on March 10.