—Karen M. Ross
This is the third and final quiz challenging your knowledge of legal terminology from Karen M. Ross’s Essential Legal English in Context: Understanding the Vocabulary of US Law and Government. Take the quiz! Share it with someone you know who will be going to law school or studying U.S. government!
This Legal Language Quiz: In each blog post, Professor Ross will ask a question about legal language using examples from the five units of her book. These posts will have you thinking about vocabulary in new, important, and practical ways.
Quiz 3: Unit 4 in Essential Legal English in Context introduces the federal judiciary.
Question: What is the difference between “taking the stand” and “taking a stand”?
Find the answer in the comments, below. This is the final Legal Language Quiz! Explore more vocabulary and practical information in Essential Legal English in Context: Understanding the Vocabulary of US Law and Government (NYU Press 2019).
Karen M. Ross is the Director of the Legal English Program and teaches in The Graduate Lawyering Program at New York University School of Law. Her new book, Essential Legal English in Context, provides a practical introduction to the US legal system and its vocabulary.