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LINGUIST List 21.1744

Sat Apr 10 2010

Jobs: ESL; Applied Linguistics: Graduate Fellow, Georgetown Law

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        1.    Craig Hoffman, ESL; Applied Linguistics: Graduate Fellow, Georgetown Law, District of Columbia, USA

Message 1: ESL; Applied Linguistics: Graduate Fellow, Georgetown Law, District of Columbia, USA
Date: 09-Apr-2010
From: Craig Hoffman <hoffmanclaw.georgetown.edu>
Subject: ESL; Applied Linguistics: Graduate Fellow, Georgetown Law, District of Columbia, USA
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University or Organization: Georgetown Law
Department: Graduate Legal Writing Program
Job Location: District of Columbia, USA
Web Address: http://www.law.georgetown.edu
Job Rank: Graduate Fellow

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; ESL


The Graduate Legal Writing Program at Georgetown University Law Center in
Washington, DC, is expanding its services to foreign lawyers enrolled in
LL.M. and S.J.D. programs. The ESL Fellow will teach advanced academic
English to foreign lawyers who are working on post-graduate degrees. The
teaching contexts include:

1. assist the ESL Specialist in teaching an intensive seminar of 20 students
2. facilitate small group and tutorial work
3. carry out individual tutorial work

The ideal candidate should want to expand his/her teaching repertoire to
include ESP (English for Specific Purposes) in academic English and
cross-cultural communication in a legal context. Strong preference will be
given to candidates who have a J.D. or a PhD degree and experience teaching
academic English to foreign graduate students and an interest in working
with foreign lawyers.

Application Deadline: 15-May-2010

Email Address for Applications: hoffmanclaw.georgetown.edu
Contact Information:
Craig Hoffman
Email: hoffmanclaw.georgetown.edu

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