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IJLLD 7.1

IJLLD 7.1

| July 19, 2020

IJLLD Volume 7.1 (2017) (Frontsmatter) Jinshi Chen. Chunks in Information Flow: a Corpus-based Analysis of Legal Discourse … 1 Paula Trzaskawka. Investigating Trademark Terminology and Collocations in Polish, English, Japanese and German … 19 Robin Nilon. A Better Way to Fail: Teaching Critical Thinking to Chinese Lawyers … 33 Stefan Wrbka. The European Case Law […]

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7.1 Wrbka

| July 19, 2020

Stefan Wrbka. (2017). The European Case Law Identifier Search Engine and Multilingualism: A Legal Certainty Perspective on Business-to-Consumer Situations. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 7(1), 55-77. Abstract: This paper focuses on the European Case Law Identifier Search Engine, which the European Commission launched in May 2016 as a central gateway to national and […]

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7.1 Nilon

| July 19, 2020

Robin Nilon. (2017). A Better Way to Fail: Teaching Critical Thinking to Chinese Lawyers. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 7(1), 33-54. Abstract: This article argues that American LL.M. Programs should consider ways to help all foreign lawyers meet their goals of improved English, strong critical thinking and writing skills, and opportunities for work […]

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7.1 Trzaskawka

| July 19, 2020

Paula Trzaskawka. (2017). Investigating Trademark Terminology and Collocations in Polish, English, Japanese and German. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 7(1), 19-32. Abstract: The paper deals with the comparison of key terminology in the field of trademark law in the Polish, English, Japanese and German languages. The terminology has been compared in order to […]

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7.1 Chen

| July 19, 2020

Jinshi Chen. (2017). Chunks in Information Flow: a Corpus-based Analysis of Legal Discourse. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 7(1), 1-18. Abstract: Chunks promoting discourse development appear in the discourse information flow as they do in the sentences. The present study, guided by Discourse Information Theory (DIT) and discourse information flow, analyses some legal […]

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7.1 Huber

| July 19, 2020

Wm. Dennis Huber. (2017). Law, language, and corporatehood: corporations and the U.S. Constitution. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 7(1), 78-110. Abstract: The discourse regarding the status and standing of corporations vis-à-vis the Constitution has consistently been misdirected by the Supreme Court. The issue that has caused so much consternation concerns whether a corporation […]

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