Tag: multilingual interpretation

9.1 Derlen

| June 30, 2021

Mattias Derlén. (2021). The Importance of the “Majority Meaning” in the Interpretation of Multilingual EU Law: Never? Well, Hardly Ever! International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 9(1), 11-40. Abstract: The existence of 24 official languages in the European Union creates unique challenges, not least in situations when a divergence of wording between the language […]

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3.1 Šarčević

| August 11, 2020

Susan Šarčević. (2013). Multilingual Lawmaking and Legal (Un)Certainty in the European Union. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 3(1), 1-29. Abstract: In recent years multilingual lawmaking in the European Union (EU) has come under increasing attack for its failure to provide greater legal certainty to Union citizens. This article examines the extent to which […]

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