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The Language of Legal Correspondence: Reading and Understanding Legal Communications

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Andrée Goreux  Identity Verified
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Very interesting. May 19

There was a power outage here midway through the webinar, I found what I could follow very intesresting and look forward to the recording.

Best,

Andrée


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Helen Shepelenko
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Very interesting. May 23

Andrée Goreux wrote:

There was a power outage here midway through the webinar, I found what I could follow very intesresting and look forward to the recording.

Best,

Andrée


Hello Andrée,

Thank you for your interest in the training. The video can be located at http://www.proz.com/videos/my_videos and on the training page with handouts.

Hope this helps.

My bests,
Helen


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