The academic year starts in the third week of October.

Usually at the beginning of June or mid-June.

At each level we have 30 weekly meetings (90 minutes).

The enrolment procedures finish in mid-November.

First, arrange a meeting with a tutor, take a test and then decide on the proper level of the course.

The course fee includes: a textbook, sample tests with keys, the Mock Exam, any supplementary materials handed out during the course. The course fee does not include the Toles examination fee.

Yes, two or three equal instalments.

Each year there are 5 examination sessions. Taking the exam is voluntary. For more details go to Read More

Yes, assuming that you manage to collect and memorise the vocabulary from 8-12 areas of law on your own.

We discuss issues from different areas of law using the vocabulary studied at home.

Although the focus is on examination preparation, from Day 1 students master skills required in a law firm environment.

Yes, however such courses are always organised on demand, for a group of 3 students. The group creates their own syllabus: drafting contracts, vocabulary from specific legal areas, conversations or negotiations scenarios.

The reading materials may come from both English and Polish legal textbooks, but during discussions we focus on Polish law and issues relevant for a Polish legal professional.

From 2 to 8 students.

You can join another group at the same level and covering the same topic.

You can always change the group assuming that there are no more than 8 people.

There are regular oral and written quick checks, a semester test and the Mock Exam.

Yes, all students are awarded with a LEC certificate and a progress report if all the requirements are met.

Yes, you can start an individual course at any time. For more details Read More www.legaltalk