Tag: access to justice

2.2 Szantova Giordano

| September 2, 2020

Stella Szantova Giordano. (2012). “We Have to Get By”: Court interpreting and its impact on access to justice for non-native English speakers. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 2(2), 17-42. Abstract: Non-native English speakers find themselves on an unequal footing in American courts. While some of them possess reasonable proficiency in conversational English, almost […]

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6.1 Inoue

| August 2, 2020

INOUE Masako. (2016). The Notion of Contemporary Asymmetry and Access to Justice of a Vulnerable Group: Focusing on Domestic Violence Victims in Japan. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 6(1), 1-10. Abstract: Domestic violence (DV) occurs across the world in various cultures. DV is dependent on customs, religion, culture, economic situations, and gender structure. […]

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