The ILEC course (INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ENGLISH
CERTIFICATE). leads to to an exam that could be described as
‘the First Certificate for the legal profession’. The exam is
structured around the four skills of the language traditionally
assessed by Cambridge English, but with a deep focus on
law-related content. That is the reason why your level of English
should be post intermediate or advanced.
The course can be taken from the beginning till the end. This way, once you finish, you should be prepared to sit for the International Legal English Test (http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams/legal/). Sitting for the exam is optional, so attendants may as well take this course to learn the vocabulary of International Private Law. Alternatively, those who only develop an interest for specific areas, there follows a list of the yearly schedule.
March: The Practice of Law and Introduction to the Exam
April: Company Formation & Management
May: Capitalisation & Changes in the Life of a Company
June: Contracts: Elements of Contract Formation & Remedies for Breach of Contract
July: Contracts – Assignment and Third Party Rights; Employment Law. Exam Practice
August: Sale of Goods; Real Property
September: Intellectual Property; Negotiable Instruments; Secured Transactions
October: Debtor-Creditor; Competition Law
November: Transnational Law. Revision tasks and exam training.
DATES: Tuesdays, from 6.30 to 8.30 pm (New starting date: April
Fridays, from 8.30 to 10.30 am (New starting date: April 10th)
Venue: Uruguay 950. Tribunales. City of Buenos Aires.
Coursebook: International Legal English and Absolute Legal English.
Instructor: Cecilia Irrazábal and members of team. Certified
Legal Translator. ILEC presenter and well experienced in training
candidates for ILEC test. Fee: ARS 750 per month. (March: ARS
400).Enrollment fee (including copies and coffee breaks): ARS
Do make your consultations for private lessons, DISTANCE LEARNING AND BLENDED LEARNING OPTIONS.
(11) 15 4185 4360 – Send an e-mail to email@example.com to get a registration form, or to get additional information, such an attachment with full course contents. Payment options: bank transfer or deposit, cash or checks.