Introduction into legal English von Tim Aghotor

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Introduction into legal English“ von Tim Aghotor ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Legal English (EN)“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Introduction to Legal English
  • A Brief Background
  • The Statute of Pleading
  • Introduction to Common Law
  • The Meaning of Precedence
  • Common Law as Addition to Statute Law

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. It can be said that legal english is the field of English that deals with law related issues and their communicative skills.
  2. Modern legal English is mainly a mixture of German and French.
  3. Modern legal English is mainly a mixture of Latin and Italian.
  4. It can be said that legal english is the field of English that deals with law related issues but not their communicative skills.
  1. Precedence ; similar
  2. Civil law ; similar
  3. Precedence ; different
  4. Common law ; different
  1. that there is no comprehensive compilation of legal statutes and rules.
  2. that there is no record of the law.
  3. that the law is common to all.
  4. that the law is very flexible.
  1. Germany
  2. Nigeria
  3. USA
  4. Canada
  5. Australia
  1. USA
  2. Germany
  3. France
  4. Scotland
  5. Italy
  1. It refers to laws made by Parliament.
  2. It refers to laws made by judges.
  3. It refers to the selection of law through the various cases.
  4. It refers to alignment of justice.

Dozent des Vortrages Introduction into legal English

 Tim  Aghotor

Tim Aghotor

Der in Nigeria geborene Jurist studierte zunächst Political Science an der University Benin. Anschließend machte er seinen Master in Comparative Law in Mannheim und Adelaide, um in Birmingham noch den Bachelor of Law zu erreichen.

Er war Anwalt für Firmenrecht und wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in Birmingham und Benin. An den Universitäten Mannheim und Heidelberg hatte er zuletzt eine Dozententätigkeit inne.

Seit 2004 hält er Kurse zum Thema Business English.


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