Your reading skills are: 0 %
When I am speaking in conversation in English, native speakers understand me.
Other lawyers understand me when I ask a law related question in English Your writing skills are: 0 %
When my supervisors speak in English, I can understand their directions about
assigments and due dates.
I can understand major ideas of legal texts when I read in English. Your listening skills are: 0 %
I can understand a speaker's attitude or opinion about what he or she is saying.
I can write a summary of a newspaper article I have read in English. Your speaking skills are: 0 %
I can write a letter to a client in English answering a legal question.
I can recognize why an English speaker is saying something (for example, to explain
something, to complain about something or to agree with someone)
I can talk in English for a few minutes about a legal topic I am familiar with Overall English skills are: 0 %
I can read and understand contracts written in English. (please note: Your subject scores are not
When I write in English, I can use both legal and non-legal vocabulary. supposed to add up to your overall score as
I can understand how the ideas in an English legal text relate to each other your overall score is weighted.)
I can understand important facts and details of cases discussed orally
I can speak for about one minute in response to a question
When I write in English, I can organize my writing so that the reader understands my
main and supporting ideas.
I can relate information I hear in English to what I already know
I can give prepared presentations about my firm or company's work in English
I can understand the main ideas of law school lectures.
I can understand English vocabulary and grammar when I read.
I can undersand discussion of logical points in a law school lecture.
After I hear a lecture in English, I can recognize which points are important and which
are less important
I can state and support my opinion about legal issues when I speak English
When I read legal documents written in English, I can read them almost as quickly as
when I read similar documents in my native language.
I can understand the relative importance of ideas when I read an English law school
text or law journal article.
I can organize or outline the important ideas and concepts in English academic legal
I can participate in general conversations or discussions in English
I can talk about facts or theories I know well and explain them in English
When I read about a new legal topic written in English, I can remember the major ideas
I can write a summary of information I have listened to in English
When I listen to a client or another lawyer in English, I can remember the most
I can orally summarize information I have read in English
When I write in English, I can write more or less formally depending on the type of
document and its purpose.
When I read legal documents in English, I can understand them well enough to answer
questions about them later
I do not have any problems understanding what people say in English
When I read something in English, I am able to figure out the meaning of words I do
not know by using the context and my background knowledge
I can quickly find information that I am looking in English language legal documents.
I can express arguments effectively when I write in English
I can use correct grammar, vocabulary, spelling and punctuation when I write in English
I can orally summarize information from a conversation I have heard in English