American Legal English
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Grammar & Idioms, American Legal English I, TOEFL, IELTS, LSAT Preparation, GMAT Preparation Course, GRE, American College & University Preparation, British College & University Counseling, Australian College & University Counseling, New Zealand College & University Counseling, Other College & University Counseling, Business Reading & Writing, Business Reading & Writing for Professionals, Pronunciation Beginner, Pronunciation Intermediate, Pronunciation Advanced, English for Sport, Designed for Your Child, Business Communication for Professionals, TOEIC, Person PSAT, Baseball English, English for Gaming, General English (2-3 People), General English (4-5 People), Aviation English, Weather for Pilots, Advanced Search & Rescue, Writing E-Mails for Business, Job Interview Success – In English, Introduction to Presentation Skills, Presentation Skills for the More Advanced Student, The Language of Meetings, Telephone English, What is Happening in the Business World this Week?, Business Communication, Conversation & Listening:<br>A 10-Level Course, Reading & Writing: A 10-Level Course, Simple Past or Present Perfect? That is the Question, Making the Time to Understand Time Clauses, Conditional Sentences in the Present, Past, and Future, A Verb Tense Review I, A Moment for Modals I, Staying Passive about the Passive, Grammar for TOEFL & IELTS Students I, Mastering Gerunds, Informal English: How to Understand and Use It without Sounding Silly, Writing for Beginners: How to Write a Perfect Introductory Paragraph, Writing for Intermediate Students: How to Write a Perfect One-Page Essay, Writing for Advanced Students: How to Write a Research Paper, Academic English: <br>How to Master It Successfully, Grammar for TOEFL, Listening & Speaking for TOEFL, Reading & Writing for TOEFL, Save Time and Ensure Accuracy: Learn to Skim and Scan, I Always Run out of Time. Please Help Me!, Vocabulary for TOEFL, How to Recognize Multiple-Answer Questions, TOEFL Test-Taking Techniques, History Club, “Open Talk" Club, Movie Club, Book Club, Effective Classroom Environments, Best Practices in the ESL Classroom, How to Teach TOEFL, How and Why Teacher Development Serves Students, Teachers, and Schools, How to Observe Teachers and Provide Useful Feedback, How to Help Teachers Implement Feedback, IELTS Preparation, TOEIC Preparation, SAT Preparation, Grammar & Idioms, Simple Past or Present Perfect? That is the Question, Making the Time to Understand Time Clauses, Conditional Sentences in the Present, Past, and Future, Verb Tense Review I, Staying Passive about the Passive, Grammar for TOEFL & IELTS Students, Mastering Gerunds, 10-Level Grammar & Idioms Course: Subscription A, American Legal English II, 10-Level Grammar & Idioms Course: Subscription B, A Moment for Modals II, A Verb Tense Review II, A Verb Tense Review III, Grammar for TOEFL & IELTS Students II, Peas vs. Corn: <br>Count & Non-Count Nouns, General English, 25-Minute Private Tutoring, TOEFL Preparation Course, IELTS Preparation Course, American History & Politics Club, Accent Reduction/Pronunciation, Let's Eat Grandma!, American Legal English, General English, Advice, Advice, Accent Reduction/Pronunciation, Aviation English, English for Sport, Business English for Professionals, English for Tourism + <br> Cross-Cultural Understanding, General English, IELTS Preparation Course, American Legal English, TOEFL Preparation Course, American College & University Preparation, Business English, Business English, Advanced Grammar for Standardized Tests, NESE, Harvard Square Intensive Program Grammar & Idioms, NESE, Harvard Square Intensive Program Conversation & Listening, NESE, Harvard Square Intensive Program Reading & Writing, NESE, Harvard Square Intensive Program Grammar for TOEFL, NESE, Harvard Square Intensive Program Reading & Writing for TOEFL, NESE, Harvard Square Intensive Program Listening & Speaking for TOEFL, Conversation & Listening: Daily Drop-In, General English: Intensive, Punctuation Essentials, “Open Talk" Club: Drop-In, GMAT Preparation Course, Verb Tenses, Verb Tenses & More Verb Tenses, 10-Level Grammar & Idioms Course: Subscription C, 10-Level Grammar & Idioms Course: Subscription D, Private Class: NESE On-Line Self-Study System, Group Class: NESE On-Line Self-Study System, test
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In this course, you will be introduced to the American judicial and legislative systems. You will become familiar with legal terminology, learn how to analyze cases, and also understand how legal documents are composed. Topics include the history and origin of US Constitution and the Bill of Rights, an examination of key cases that have shaped US history and video observations of court proceedings.


  • 50 Minutes per Day - 2 Days per week - 7 Weeks
  • Minimum Listening & Speaking Level 7 Required to Take Course
  • Overview and Discussion of US Judicial & Legislative Systems
  • Presentation of Legal Terminology Used in Range of Settings
  • Highlights of International Differences in Legal Systems Analysis of Landmark Cases
  • Discussion of Current & Historic Legal Issues
  • All Teachers are Native Speakers (Always)
  • 30 Years of NESE Curriculum Research & Development Provide Foundation for Course
  • Certificate Awarded upon Course Completion

Legal English is a course designed to introduce students to the American judicial and legislative systems. Its focus is the vocabulary and terminology of the U.S. legal system. In this class, students will improve their reading, speaking and listening skills by reading and analyzing various cases, as well as explore and discuss a wide range of current and historic legal issues. This course will start with a review of the history and origin of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights and continue with topics including the role of the US Supreme court, civil procedure, tort and liability law, criminal law, corporate law, and international law. Other topics include intellectual property rights, current challenges facing the US legal system, and case law. Students will also study landmark cases and view and analyze videos of legal proceedings.

Legal English is not a law course and therefore students can expect their instructor to focus on legal language and know U.S. law in general terms, rather than in detail. Further because your instructor of this class is not a lawyer, you can expect to know more about legal matters than he does. However, you will greatly benefit from the discussions of the U.S. legal system and cases as points of comparison and as a springboard for the further development of your own legal career. Although Legal English is not an introductory law course, it is appropriate for those who plan to study law in the future.


Never be afraid to make a mistake. Your teacher is here to help you. If you try and are correct, that is to your credit. If you try and you make a mistake, that is an ideal opportunity for your teacher to help you, and for you (and the class) to learn something new. Trying is important; perfection 100% of the time is not. Remember, “Mistakes are not important; Understanding is”TM