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Before you start our courses we conduct a short telephone assessment in order to establish your level (with reference to the Common European Framework). We discuss your needs and language objectives so that we can create a customised learning plan.

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Consultation is important so you enrol in the most appropriate course, at a suitable level. We can then recommend a realistic course duration to achieve your goals.

Class schedule

English classes are scheduled by appointment.

Classes are available between 10am and 10pm Monday to Friday, and 3pm-6pm on Saturday and Sunday

Supplementary Classes

English course for legal professionals

The BEHK Legal English course covers a wide range of topics and skills essential for success in the legal profession. The course is based on realistic texts, tasks and group discussions on topics such as:

  • Business law
  • Contract
  • Tort
  • Negligence
  • Intellectual property
  • Property
  • Financial markets
  • Competition
  • International trade
  • Environmental law
  • Crime
  • Human Rights
  • Issues in the legal systems of China and Hong Kong

Classroom or blending learning for maximum results

The course can be delivered:

  • 100% classroom based
  • Blended learning - online and classroom based

Self-access learning for maximum convenience

The online element of the blended course includes both presentation and self-study practice material, organised into topic-based modules. Each module contains a mix of language work, specialist vocabulary, and a focus on the skills legal professionals need in order to communicate and work effectively in English. Authentic situations and issues from the legal and business world are presented through realistic video, audio and reading materials.

Classroom based sessions for consolidation and practice

Classroom based sessions focus on consolidating the learning from the online element of the course and enhancing the skills of students using role-playing activities based on scenarios from the online units.

This course is aligned with the Council of Europe Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)