The two seminars on Italian and law are addressed to students and professionals who wish to know more closely the legal specific languages ľ both to students, researchers and scholarship holders from Law faculties who moved to Italy and to professionals and foreign citizens who work within a legal environment and need a basic preparation to face the language of law and bureaucracy.
The meetings will be made of two parts, ranging from normative texts in the proper sense (providing some basic terminology to understand codes and laws and to follow the style and rhetorical patterns of legal language) to the text types traditionally classified as non-normative but equally characterized by difficult vocabulary and style (understanding the most important and binding parts of a sentence, reading private contracts like lease contracts or gas and telephone supply contracts, comprehension of administrative notices and reports).
There are 2 seminars on Italian and law, which will also include practical classes:
- normative text terminology and style
- from bureaucracy to court: analysis of non-normative legal texts
Language level required to attend the seminars: B2
Please check seminars' schedule or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org