Are you a lawyer and interested on being a bilingual lawyer? Come and learn or improve your Spanish here, at ILISA!
Spanish is the second most spoken first language in the world, behind Chinese and before English. Spanish is also spoken in 44 different countries, which makes it the fourth most spoken language on a geographical scale! These are just two reasons why speaking Spanish as a lawyer is important.
These days, law firms are looking to hire more and more people who are bilingual. You cannot avoid the fact that learning a second language improves your chance of getting a job due to globalization. Especially in the United States, where the Hispanic population keeps on growing, Spanish is a skill that is almost unavoidable in this era.
When learning Spanish, it is not only about the language skills that you develop; you also create a more flexible mindset when it comes to different cultures and therefore understand them better. Knowing Spanish is important when dealing with Hispanics that have Spanish as their native language because it avoids misunderstandings. Especially when dealing with a lawyer, it is very important to know what your client is expecting of you and that you in return can tell your client what is going on.
It can also help you expand your client base, when you help a Spanish native successfully they will talk to their friends about it and give you free word of mouth advertising.
Laws school in the US have come to realize that Spanish is an important language in order to be successful after passing the bar, therefore universities have been integrating Spanish into their programs.
ILISA’s expertise lies in the customization of programs tailored entirely to the needs of each student individually. Classes can include visits to organizations of interest . As part of the program lawyers can visit court sessions. You can also study and practice specialized vocabulary and skills to help you use Spanish in your own particular work environment.
You can consider the following programs: Group 4 Plus or One-on-One classes.