Intensive course for incoming int'l LL.M. students and law professionals

The Legal English Summer Institute, a four-week, intensive language course begins today at Northwestern University's Chicago campus. The course is designed to prepare international lawyers and law students for English-speaking law schools or work environments. The course is attended by students pursuing an LL.M. in the Fall, as well as other foreign legal practitioners who simply want to improve their English skills.

The program runs until August 18.

For more information, please visit the program's website or full listing on LLM GUIDE.

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