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Author Lee, Debra
Title American Legal English Debra Lee, Charles Hall, Marsha Hurley
Publication Info University of Michigan Press 1999


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 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  ENGB 524  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

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Note Level: Advanced Using language in legal contexts; this book provides a basic introduction to the US legal system for non-native speakers of English. The text provides vital instruction to both law students and legal practitioners by combining elements of law and language to enhance non-native speakers' ability to communicate with their legal counterparts in English. Reading, writing. Listening and speaking activities are included in each chapter. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.
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Author Lee, Debra
Subject Law
Other purposes (e.g. Geography, lectures, etc)
Descript book only
Note Level: Advanced Using language in legal contexts; this book provides a basic introduction to the US legal system for non-native speakers of English. The text provides vital instruction to both law students and legal practitioners by combining elements of law and language to enhance non-native speakers' ability to communicate with their legal counterparts in English. Reading, writing. Listening and speaking activities are included in each chapter. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.
Author Lee, Debra
Subject Law
Other purposes (e.g. Geography, lectures, etc)
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  ENGB 524  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject Law
Other purposes (e.g. Geography, lectures, etc)
Descript book only
Note Level: Advanced Using language in legal contexts; this book provides a basic introduction to the US legal system for non-native speakers of English. The text provides vital instruction to both law students and legal practitioners by combining elements of law and language to enhance non-native speakers' ability to communicate with their legal counterparts in English. Reading, writing. Listening and speaking activities are included in each chapter. Format: books without tapes and MA dissertations.

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