HDDR1241 - Foreign legal terminologies : Legal English and reading of Dutch legal texts
Teaching assistant :
Mode of delivery :
Face-to-face , first and second term, 75 hours of theory.
Monday from 17:15 to 19:15 at 119 Marais 2200
Language of instruction :
English and Dutch
Learning activities :
Learning outcomes :
The general learning objective is to acquire active knowledge of a second legal language (English) and a passive knowledge of a third legal language (Dutch).
The teaching unit is composed of two leaning activities:
1. On the one hand, ‘Legal English' (DROI1241A). This course is organised in the second semester during 45 hours by lecturers David Best and Catarina Deraedt;
2. On the other hand, ‘Reading Dutch Legal Texts' (DROI1241B). This course is organised in the first semester during 30 hours by lecturers Line Burssens, Stef Feyen and Dries Van Eeckhoutte.
For the Bachelor in Law (Evening Programme) :
Course contents :
For more information, see:
DROI1241A - ‘Legal English'
DROI1241B - ‘Reading Dutch Legal Texts'
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Assessment methods and criteria :
For the final grade, ‘Legal English' obtains a weighting of 3 and ‘Reading Dutch Legal Texts' gets weighting of 2.
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