The world's Legal English School
We have taught over 3,000 lawyers, law students, judges and translators at The Legal English School so we are confident that we understand a little about teaching law and language.
Since we started in 2010, we have developed several tried and tested methods to teach our students. This has been thanks to a combination of academic research, testing in the classroom and teacher creativity.
Choosing the best teachers
The most important key to our success has been choosing the very best teachers. We receive many CVs and applications each week but only a handful get the rare opportunity to work with us. What do we look for? We look for qualified teachers who can communicate effectively and know how to teach.
Using great course materials
We have developed a range of bespoke language course materials to help with classes. These cover all subjects and range from help with written work to teaching aids for spoken communication. We also have a vast library of course books and text books that our tutors are able to tap into.
High retention rates
We know that asking students to discuss, demonstrate and practice their knowledge are great ways of getting you to retain important information. Our classes include significant time devoted to all of these areas in order to get our learning points across.
Engaging in structured practice
Structured Practice is a learning style that our tutors also like to engage with. It allows the student to repeat phrases and be corrected consistently in order to master Legal English.