You will need strong reading and comprehension skills to understand the nuance of words and their correct legal meaning in a court of law. A strong legal vocabulary combined with fluent practical English will be essential in order to interpret common situations into a legal context and vice versa as well as negotiate and advise clients. Legal English uses a great deal of technical vocabulary as well as having unique rules around punctuation, word order and use of things like phrasal verbs.
If you are wanting to study law in the US, you will need to sit the LSAT exam, which is growing in popularity across the world since the discontinuation of the ILEC exam by Cambridge English. Other options like IELTS and BEC Higher provide acceptable alternatives too.
Studying with us will not only teach you the right English but greater confidence to comprehend and argue points of law across various jurisdictions, particularly if you are working internationally.