Lo scopo di questo blog è quello di interpretare le esigenze degli studenti di giurisprudenza che si avviano allo studio del "Legal English".
Nello specifico, familiarizzare con le diverse tipologie di documenti legali, nonchè analizzare le peculiarità del linguaggio giuridico inglese.
Ci saranno attività di ascolto, lettura e comprensione, progetti di glossari per area di studio, batterie di esercizi per rinforzare il lessico specialistico e migliorare le strutture grammaticali.
domenica 28 febbraio 2016
Focus on lesson 2
What to study - core (compulsory) subjects and optional subjects:
criminal law, contract law, land law, equity and trusts, administrative law and constitutional law, family law, employment law and housing law,company law, commercial law, litigation and arbitration.
Verb+preposition: to lead to something; to decide on something; to get involved with something
Preposition+noun: in addition
Verb+noun: to take a course/subject;to run a partnership; to offer a course; to offer assistance; to hire new recruits
Verb+verb: to go on to become something
Adjective+noun: future career; local community; day-to-day work; a good command (of English)
Noun+noun: work experience
Language from Reading 2:
From contract law: formation, interpretation, performance and enforcement of contracts, offer and acceptance, consideration.
From Tort Law: liability for intentional and negligently caused injures to person and property; strict liability; vicarious liability; ultra-hazardous activities; products liability; nuisance; invasion of privacy; defamation; damages; losses.
From Ciminal Law: crime against persons, property and public administration; the law of homicide
From Evidence: relevancy, hearsay, impeachment, cross-examination.
From Criminal Procedure: regulation of law enforcement, investigation of crimes, search and seizure, electronic surveillance, entrapment,
From Constitutional Law: judicial function, distribution under the constitution, immunities under the constitution.
From legal research & writing: to acquaint students with …; analyze judicial opinions; legal citation; techniques of writing memoranda and briefs.