Building on the successes of the previous Global Legal Skills Conferences, Georgetown University Law Center is pleased to host the Global Legal Skills IV Conference. The conference will be held on the Georgetown Law campus - steps from the U.S. Capitol and all of the attractions of the National Mall.
We invite participation from Legal English academics and practitioners from all disciplines and all continents.
Conference Course Materials
Outsourcing of Legal Research and Writing: Practicing in a Global Legal Community
What Legal Education Ought to be Doing to Prepare Students to Practice in the Global Economy
Globalizing the Curriculum Through the Introduction of International and Comparative Law Issues into Traditionally Domestically Oriented Required Courses
Biculturalism: The Need to Be Aware of How Culture and Ethnicity Shape Identities, Learning Styles, and Attitudes toward Conflict Resolution
The Core Graduate Legal Skills Program at NYU Law: Past, Present and Future
What is Global Legal English?
All Great Minds Do Not Think Alike: Global Legal Issues Desperately Seeking Global Lawyering
International Cooperation in Designing Effective Methods to Prepare Non-Native EFL Teachers for Training and Assessing Legal English Skills
Examinations in Civil Law Countries
Teaching the ‘Right Skills’