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The Global Legal Skills Committee is dedicated to helping Legal Writing Professors teach law students and lawyers whose native language is not English. You may be teaching them in the United States or abroad. To that end, we will post useful references for this audience. You can find here information about conferences and organizations where you can learn more about teaching second-language [second-law] students and lawyers. Finally, for those of you interested in teaching abroad, we plan to collect information on overseas job opportunities.
Click on the link below for a list of conferences on teaching internationally (including TESOL conferences).
Books, Articles, and Other Resources
Advice on Teaching Abroad
These contacts have taught internationally and can share advice on what to expect when teaching in different locations.
This handout contains a list of organizations for those interested in teaching or consulting abroad. It is a work in progress with its first debut at the 2006 LWI Biennial Conference. It has been updated and distributed at conferences in 2009 and 2010. Keep an eye on this page for the 2012 update.
Great GLS Links
Click on this link for globallegalskills.net "A Community of Practice for Practitioners of Legal English": http://www.globallegalskills.net]
We want this committee page to be as helpful as possible to LWI members. If you have suggestions, please let us know. Contact Susan Wawrose at: email@example.com