The International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse

The International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse (IJLLD) has moved to a new web site. The full editorial board has moved too. Contact us at chiefeditor9ijlld@gmail.com.
The International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse (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 discussion of the linguistic aspects of law and legal issues, challenges and theory in legal interpretation/translation, and comments and review of such matters as arise at the nexus of language, law, and discourse; serving as a practical resource for lawyers, judges, legislators, applied linguists, discourse analysts and those academics who teach the future legal generations alongside practitioners in relevant fields.

Current Volume

IJLLD 9.1 (2021)

IJLLD 9.1 (2021)

IJLLD Volume 9.1 (2021) (Frontsmatter) Robert J. Dickey. Moving Forward (despite Covid-19) … 5 The American Translators Association – Publishing Partners … 7 Short Reports & Summaries, Forum (Comments) … 9 Mattias Derlén. The Importance of the “Majority Meaning” in the Interpretation of Multilingual EU Law: Never? Well, Hardly Ever! … 11 Luka Veljović. Legal […]

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