Legal Language Training

Juralingo

MORE THAN 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

Legal Language Training

More than 10 years of experience

Since 2011, through its amazing training ability, Juralingo has been helping provincial judges work in one of the two official languages. It is because of this ability, combined with the cultural activities organized in collaboration with the communities of Caraquet, Moncton and Saint-Andrews, New Brunswick, that Juralingo’s legal linguistic training sessions are recognized.

Our Mandate

Expand Juralingo’s service offerings in order to improve access to legal services in both official languages in all Canadian provinces and territories, therefore increasing the ability of provincial and territorial judges to serve Canadian justiciables while bringing the two linguistic communities closer together.

Improve and maintain language proficiency in the judges’ second language

Provide judges with the opportunity to live and be immersed in an homogeneous linguistic environment

A unique concept

a renowned approach

Juralingo’s training sessions are characterized by a practical approach and by the way they are rooted in the communities where they take place.

These training sessions’ unique activities promote meaningful exchanges focused on communicating in a legal environment. The level of participation in all sessions drives the Juralingo team to constantly reinvent itself and perform better.

Increase the judges’ confidence when they use their second language on the bench

Take part in the increase of legal services offered in our two official languages

A unique concept

a renowned approach

Juralingo’s training sessions are characterized by a practical approach and by the way they are rooted in the communities where they take place.

These training sessions’ unique activities promote meaningful exchanges focused on communicating in a legal environment. The level of participation in all sessions drives the Juralingo team to constantly reinvent itself and perform better.

Improve and maintain language proficiency in the judges’ second language

Provide judges with the opportunity to live and be immersed in an homogeneous linguistic environment

Increase the judges’ confidence when they use their second language on the bench

Take part in the increase of legal services offered in our two official languages

A tailor-made method of teaching

rooted in the community

Calendar of Training Sessions

In English | St. Andrews & Moncton (NB)

St. Andrews

June 6th to 11th 

Moncton

February 6th to 11th

St. Andrews

June 12th to 17th 

Moncton

February 5th to 10th

St. Andrews

June 11th to 16th 

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    Our sincere thanks

    Funding for this program is provided by :

    Justice Canada Access to Justice in Both Official Languages Support Fund 

    New Brunswick Courts Administrator with the mandate to develop, implement and evaluate the program

    Canadian Association of Provincial Court Judges Program Sponsoring Organization