Legal English Course: EULETA Legal English Conference 2018
University of Split, Croatia (27th-29th September 2018)
The European Legal English Teachers’ Association (EULETA) hosts a conference on even years (2016, 2018 etc.) and a workshop on odd years (2017, 2019 etc.). This year’s conference is jointly hosted by the University of Split and the University of Osijek and will take place in Split, Croatia.
The conference features a keynote by Prof. Dr. Lelija Socanac, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, 14+ presentations related to Legal English, and a panel discussion chaired by Matt Firth, founding member of EULETA and coauthor of International Legal English (with Amy Bruno-Lindner).
EULETA Legal English Conference Program 2018
Thursday evening: Meet & greet, Legal English professionals get the opportunity to meet each other and network.
Friday: Legal English conference, a range of talks on Legal English topics.
Friday evening: Gala dinner, conference attendees have another opportunity to network.
Saturday morning: Conference talks continue.
Saturday afternoon: Boat trip and tour of Trogir, on the island of Čiovo, and its historical sites.
- Find out more about the conference and register on the EULETA website.
- Find out more about EULETA in the Study Legal English Interview with David Best, President of EULETA.
- Keep an eye on other courses and conferences here.
10th July 2018 @ 08:52
Thank you for your comment and interest in the EULETA event. This event isn’t organised by Study Legal English but by EULETA – this post is just promoting the conference. When I registered for the event they did send some information about accommodation, I suggest you go to https://euleta.org/events for more information and you can contact them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck and it would be great if you can come!
9th July 2018 @ 16:44
Hello everybody at Study Legal English:
My name is Javiera Vergara from Santiago de Chile and I am very interested in attending the 2018 Conference. I have started my own business teaching legal English to Chilena lawyers and it has been pretty successful, considering it only started a year ago. I’m always looking for new learning opportunities and ways of improving my career as a teacher of English and my company. This is the reason why I’m so interested in attending this conference. I understand the registration includes meet and greet, coffee breaks, two lunches and the gala dinner on Friday evening, but what about the accommodation? Is there any possibility to have access to cheap accommodations or hostels/hotels with some sort of agreement or discount on behalf of the conference. Is it possible to attend this conference although I’m not part of the EU? Thanks in advance for your time!
Javiera Vergara V.
Founder and CEO of Belingüe