The International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse

The International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse (IJLLD) is an affiliated journal of Multicultural Association of Law and Language. IJLLD is an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural peer-reviewed scholarly journal, integrating academic areas of law, linguistics, discourse analysis, psychology and sociology, presenting articles related to legal issues, review of cases, comments and opinions on legal cases and serving as a practical resource for lawyers, judges, legislators, applied linguists, discourse analysts and those academics who teach the future legal generations.

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IJLLD Volume 5.2 2015

IJLLD Volume 5.2 2015

IJLLD Volume 5.2 2015 Full Journal PDF Joseph-G. Turi. Language Law and Language Rights Jinbang Du. Application of Multimodal Information Corpus Techniques in Legal English Teaching Catherine Way. A Discourse Analysis Approach to Legal Translator Training: More than words Laura Ervo and Carlo Rasia. Legal Bilingualisation and Factual Multilingualisation: A comparative study of the protection of linguistic minorities in civil proceedings between Finland […]

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