University Expert in International Legal English (ILEX)

9.ª Edición - Código 22312280

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This postgraduate degree will also prove instrumental for those preparing for the English language tests in staff recruitment calls published by the Central State Administration, Regional Governments, Local Administrations, Autonomous Agencies, European Union, etc. Target audience also includes legal scholars, candidates pursuing a career with an international institution, legal and economic translators, legal researchers, paralegals, ESP instructors, etc. International students -who currently represent c. 40% of the total registration- are also welcome. A good command of English is required at CEFR B2 level (upper intermediate) or above. In the absence of proof of language ability, applicants will be called for an interview and/or asked to take an online English language placement test. [REQUISITOS_OTROS] => [ARG_VENTA] => a) ILEX teaches intermediate to advanced students how to use English in a legal environment, and provides highly specialised training to ESP professionals, translators and lawyers who work or intend to work in the international legal community, in international organisations or in legal offices where a good command of legal English is a major advantage. ILEX also helps prepare for the international certification TOLES (Test of Legal English Skills, International Division of the Law Society of England and Wales) a test recognised as proof of legal English skills by major law firms, corporations, and international organisations. b) Master the four basic language skills (reading comprehension, writing, listening comprehension, and speaking) through a selection of legal topics. This will give lawyers, legal translators and ESP professionals a competitive edge in the development of their careers. c) Provide highly specialised training in legal English, with special emphasis on the language of commercial law: company law, contract law, intellectual property law, real property law, employment law and sale of goods. Important areas such as negotiable instruments, secured transactions, debtor-creditor, competition law and transnational law are also discussed in detail. [ARG_VENTA2] => [AÑO_CURSO_DESC] => [MODALIDAD_EVALUACION] => Classes are taught in English. Modality is online asynchronous. After a presentation of the basic contents of each unit, students will practice the four basic skills by completing quizzes, tasks, and exercises in the virtual classroom. BCU/Teams videoconferences will be used for tutorials and oral presentations. Theory, vocabulary and collocations practice, listening comprehension, and reading comprehension will be taught and assessed via Moodle utilities in our virtual classroom. Students will deliver brief oral presentations and will submit written assignments. Content is available online for students to access when it best suits their schedules; assignments are completed to deadlines and a discussion forum will be open to facilitate students engagement. [MODALIDAD_EVALUACION2] => [OBSERVACION_MATRICULA_1] => [OBSERVACION_MATRICULA_2] => [OBSERVACION_MATRICULA_3] => [SALIDA_PROFESIONAL] => ILEX improves the employability of lawyers, translators and linguists. This postgraduate degree is essential for anyone who wishes to have a competitive edge in any field (law, translation, ESP, etc.) where skills in International Legal English are required, such as legal offices, international firms, NGOs, bilateral and multilateral organisations, Civil Service, the European Union, UN, etc. [ANO_CURSO_DESC] => Curso 2022/2023 [programa] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [CODIGO_CURSO] => 22312280 [AÑO_CURSO] => 34 [CODIGO] => 1 [NOMBRE_MATERIA] => The Practice of the law and the language of company law [NOMBRE_MATERIA_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION] => programa || programa2 || programa3 [DESCRIPCION1] => Unit 1: Introduction to legal systems and legal practice in the Anglo-Saxon world. Regulatory systems, jurisdictional bodies, areas of legal practice, inquisitorial vs. adversarial systems, etc. Writing of a summary of the content of a piece of legislation. Description of the structure and operation of an international law firm. Week 1 Unit 2: Commercial Law. Legal requirements for the formation and management of a company in the English-speaking world. Writing techniques for a letter of legal advice in English. English terminology of business management; use of auxiliary modal verbs in legal English. Week 2 Unit 3: The capitalization of a company. Shareholders and supervisory bodies. Writing techniques for summary of legislation in English. Paraphrase and oral expression of opinions. Expression of the comparison and contrast of information in English. `Placements¿ grammar verb + name. Week 3 Unit 4: Corporate changes. Mergers, spin-offs, winding-up, etc. Convening an AGM; meetings¿ agendas and minutes. Shareholder rights. How to explain in English the legal aspects of an acquisition and a merger of companies? Formulas for starting and closing letters, emails and reports. How to present orally a case of a merger of companies. Week 4. * Weeks 5 & 6: Revision, final test and feedback. 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Argumentation techniques and preparation of closing arguments in English. The suffixes `-¿or¿ and `-¿ee¿ and the structures `verb + -¿ ing¿. Oral and written persuasion techniques in English. Week 9 Unit 4: Labor Law in English-speaking countries. Types of discrimination. Types of dismissal. Liability risks. Writing emails with explanations about advantages and disadvantages, expressions of agreement and disagreement, etc. `-¿ing¿ participles. Week 10 * Weeks 11-12: Revision units 1-4, final test and feedback. [DESCRIPCION2] => [DESCRIPCION3] => [DESCRIPCION1_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION2_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION3_VAL] => [ORDEN] => 2 ) [2] => Array ( [CODIGO_CURSO] => 22312280 [AÑO_CURSO] => 34 [CODIGO] => 3 [NOMBRE_MATERIA] => The language of sale of goods, real property law and IP law [NOMBRE_MATERIA_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION] => programa || programa2 || programa3 [DESCRIPCION1] => Unit 1: Fundamentals of sales legislation. Drafting of sales contract clauses in English. Terms and conditions of sale in English. Retention of title. How to make an oral presentation in English: structure and transitions. Writing and presenting a case brief. Week 13. Unit 2: Real estate property law in the United Kingdom and the USA. Lease and rental agreements. Home sale contracts. Easements. Terminology on parties and documents. Oral presentation techniques. A reference email. Week 14 Unit 3: Intellectual property law. Legislation on trademarks and patents. Training junior lawyers. Paraphrasing techniques in English and useful structures for debates in English. Speech markers and opening formulas in English. Week 15 * Weeks 16 and 17: Revision, final test and feedback. 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Unit 3: Creditors and debtors: remedies in case of default and insolvency. Job opportunities in the field of insolvency. Terminology on embargo types. Cover letters, thank you notes and job interviews. Week 20 * Weeks 21 & 22: Revision, final test and feedback. TOLES practice test. [DESCRIPCION2] => [DESCRIPCION3] => [DESCRIPCION1_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION2_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION3_VAL] => [ORDEN] => 4 ) [4] => Array ( [CODIGO_CURSO] => 22312280 [AÑO_CURSO] => 34 [CODIGO] => 5 [NOMBRE_MATERIA] => The language of competition law and international commercial law [NOMBRE_MATERIA_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION] => programa || programa2 || programa3 [DESCRIPCION1] => Unit 1: Competition Law/Anti-trust law. Anti-competitive activities and anti-trust measures. Cartels. Merger regulation. Writing informative emails in English. The use of passive constructions. Giving opinions on competition-law cases. Warning customers about risks. Week 23 Unit 2: Transnational Commercial Law. Conflict of laws in private international law. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR). International arbitration. Short presentations in English about positions on cross-border disputes. Planning the contents and structure of a letter. Terminology and textual cohesion. Week 24 *Weeks 25-26: Revision, final test units 1 and 2, and feedback . **Weeks 27-29: TOLES Practice tests (Toles higher and Toles advanced). ***Week 30: make-up tests (second call; subjects 1-5) [DESCRIPCION2] => [DESCRIPCION3] => [DESCRIPCION1_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION2_VAL] => [DESCRIPCION3_VAL] => [ORDEN] => 5 ) ) [professors] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [DNI] => uni47064 [NOMBRE_PERSONA] => Rosa [APELLIDOS] => Giménez Moreno [PDI] => 1 [DEPARTAMENTO_FACULTAD] => Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya. 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Giménez Moreno, Rosa
Profesor Titular de Universidad. Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya. Universitat de València
Jeffrey Bourne, Terriann
Profesor Asociado de Universidad. Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya. Universitat de València
Martínez López, Miguel
Catedrático de Universidad. Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya. Universitat de València
Orts Llopis, María de los Ángeles
Catedrático de Universidad. Universidad de Murcia

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