Ways to Support the Podcast
I love providing you with the Study Legal English Podcast and spend countless hours each month to deliver it to you for free. There are many costs involved so, sometimes I need support from you my listeners!
Below are a few ways for you to help me continue my work.
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Make a donation
Send me a donation to show your support. You can donate as much or as little as you like. It really helps me continue producing the podcast and goes towards paying for web hosting and production costs. Please note that your payment is made to Study Legal English the sole trader business of Louise Kulbicki. This is not a charitable donation and cannot be written off for tax purposes as a charitable donation. Thank you ☺️
Make a donation via PayPal
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Make a donation via bank transfer
If you prefer to send a donation with bank transfer here are the details for international transfers:
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Bank Country: Germany
Beneficiary Name: Louise Kulbicki
Pound Sterling account:
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Write a review or comment
Leaving a review is helpful for other people who are considering listening to the podcast and helps me grow my audience. You can leave a review in various places.
Write a positive review for the Study Legal English Podcast on iTunes and if you love the podcast give me 5 stars!
To leave a review on iTunes follow these steps:
- Open iTunes store
- In the search box, type in Study Legal English
- Click on the Study Legal English Podcast in the search results to be taken to its iTunes page
- On the Study Legal English Podcast page, choose “Ratings and Reviews” from the top navigation
- Click the button, “Write a Review”
- Write your review and hit submit
On the website
Leave a positive comment on a podcast episode on the Study Legal English website. There are comment sections at the bottom of each podcast episode page.
The Study Legal English channel on YouTube has lots of videos. You can like, share, subscribe and comment on the videos.
Tell your friends
Tell your friends who are interested in Legal English about the podcast and website and let them know how it helps you improve your Legal English. For example:
I’ve been listening to the Study Legal English Podcast recently to help me improve my Legal English. I thought it could be a helpful resource for you. You can find it at: www.studylegalenglish.com
Disable your ad-blocker
If you use an ad-blocker please disable it for studylegalenglish.com. I have very few adverts on my site that I have specifically chosen for my audience. They are always of products and services I use and genuinely recommend. These help me generate a small income so that I can live! Using an ad-blocker is very unhelpful for me!
Take English classes with italki
Book a class on italki. italki sponsor the podcast and you can get $10 USD in italki credit when you purchase your first class. So it helps you and it helps me! It’s a great way to learn a language and there are thousands of native teachers.Go to: go.italki.com/studylegalenglish.com to claim your $10.
Sponsor or Partner with the Podcast
The Study Legal English Podcast has been downloaded over 100,000 in over 150 countries. It is listened to by lawyers and law students around the world in order to improve their Legal English. If your company or institution is interested in sponsoring the podcast or collaborating for example in your law firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives please get in touch to find out how Study Legal English can help your business reach a wider audience.
Write a podcast episode
If you are interested in developing your Legal English writing skills, why not try to write a podcast episode. Get in touch if you are interested.
Internship & volunteering
If you would like to do an internship or volunteer get in touch. You could help creating resources, blog posts, marketing, social media, etc
If you have something interesting to talk about on the show, get in touch. Interviews can be conducted face-to-face or online and should be related to Legal English.