The value of ESP for lawyers against the employment policy of the EU

Aleksandra Kluczewska

Abstrakt

The question in the title points directly to an fundamental issue facing law students and recently qualifi ed lawyers, as well as professionals in other fi elds. As a law student, my aim in writing this paper is to discuss the importance of acquiring specialized (legal) knowledge of a foreign language and its effect on employment opportunities for Polish law graduates in a European context.

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