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    Does anyone know of a good list of the legal English vocabulary words and their definitions? Much obliged.

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    I'd love to help you, but I don't understand what you need. There are several legal fields...

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    There are some good online monolingual legal dictionaries. Is it what you need?

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    I guess I would like a glossary of legal terms, something that explains the meaning of wherefore, whereas, foregoing, etc., in Engilsh.

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    http://cherylstephens.com/profession...20in%20pld.pdf
    Check out this pdf I found in the Internet. It includes a list of the words you are asking for (Page 9).
    Best of luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmeromero
    Does anyone know of a good list of the legal English vocabulary words and their definitions? Much obliged.
    I might help you. I have a great English-based Law Course. Let me know if you still need it. I will have to zip it and give it to you.

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    Be careful with where the glossary is coming from. In-House, the link you posted I used months ago, and it ended up costing me! The definitions are always helpful I think in clarification, but advice on word usage... ehhhhh

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