Free General Legal English Course – our response to Coronavirus Covid-19

Free General Legal English Course – our response to Coronavirus Covid-19

Hello Everyone,

I’m Richard Brady – I’m the founder of the British Legal Centre.

Recently we received the following message from one of our student:
“Hi, I am graduated from University of Paris Sorbonne – international law school. Due to Coronavirus, I am working from home and I had to stop all my courses when this crisis came over to my country. But since we don't know when exactly the Coronavirus will end, I need to use my free time better by taking online courses”.

We think this situation is common for most of the countries around the world… And it doesn’t matter, whether you are freshly graduated, or a very experienced lawyer, whether you are in South America or South London we all are in about the same situation, locked down in our homes and unable to go out.

As a Legal English and Legal skills training company, which works online, we decided to help all of you to use your time during the Coronavirus quarantine more effectively. Because we want you to rise during this time, become better, more competitive, emerge as international lawyers!

Following your positive feedback which we received after our few first free lessons we decided to develop a new General Legal English Course. This course will contain the topics from Legal Writing, Legal English, Contract drafting and Contract Law, as well as different Grammar exercises and Legal Vocabulary topics.

Every lesson will last for about 45 min and will be provided using the ZOOM broadcasting platform.

Everybody, who registered for free courses in March will receive an e-mail with the information about the links to join the lessons (so, please, do not register again).

All new participants (who didn’t registered before 31.03.20) please use this page to register for the free General Legal English Course: In the "comments" box please just mention following Code: GLEC-1. Within 2 days of registration you will receive an e-mail with the links to join the lessons.

I look forward to meeting everyone online.

In the meantime, I wish that you, your friends, colleagues, families, and your communities, remain safe and well!

Best wishes,

Richard Brady
British legal centre