Cambridge English: Legal (ILEC)
Cambridge English: Legal discontinued from December 2016
Following the review of the assessment services which we provide, Cambridge English: Legal (ILEC) is discontinued from December 2016. This means that you can no longer register for a Cambridge English: Legal exam.
We recommend Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) as the best alternative to Cambridge English: Legal which is targeted at CEFR Level C1. It assesses the language skills required by professionals in the workplace and is recognised by more than 6,000 universities, businesses, government departments and other organisations around the world.
We also offer Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC Higher) which tests an advanced level of English in a professional context.
The International Legal English Certificate exam, better known by its initials ILEC or as the Cambridge English: Legal, is a high-level English proficiency qualification that was developed through a partnership between Cambridge ESOL, a part of the world-renowned University of Cambridge, and the TransLegal Group, a world leader in Legal English products and services. As the name implies, the ILEC exam is designed to demonstrate that candidates have the English language skills necessary for successful coursework and/or careers in international law. Accordingly, it is taken mainly by law students and practicing lawyers in pursuit of opportunities in an international legal environment. Many students take the exam as a certification of their English proficiency when they are applying to study law at English-language law schools or when they are seeking employment in an international legal context. Similarly, practicing lawyers use the certification when changing fields, seeking promotions, or learning English as part of a legal training program.
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