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Vol 16 (2013) CASE STUDY: TEACHING FINNISH - ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (LSP) LEGAL TRANSLATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI Abstract  PDF
Mikel GARANT
 
Vol 18 (2014) MODAL VALUES OF VERBAL FORMS IN THE EUROPEAN CHARTER FOR REGIONAL OR MINORITY LANGUAGES. A LINGUISTIC COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ENGLISH, ITALIAN AND SPANISH VERSIONS Abstract  PDF
Mariangela COPPOLELLA
 
Vol 16 (2013) LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND THE LAW. THE FORMULATION OF LEGAL CONCEPTS ACROSS SYSTEMS AND CULTURES. Abstract  PDF
Karolina GORTYCH-MICHALAK
 
Vol 16 (2013) WHY LEGAL GRAMMARS ARE NOT, BUT SHOULD BE, WRITTEN ON GENRE-BASED CORPORA? Review of The Grammatical Structure of Legal English by Bázlik, Ambrus and Bęcławski. Bázlik, Miroslav, Patrik Ambrus and Mariusz Bęcławski (2010), The Grammatical Structure of Legal English. Warszawa: Translegis, pp. 248, ISBN 978-83-85430-96-4. Abstract  PDF
Łucja Biel
 
Vol 1 (2009) METHODS OF EXPRESSING DEONTIC MODALITY IN ENGLISH AND POLISH STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS IN THE ASPECT OF TRANSLATION Abstract  PDF
Aleksandra Matulewska
 
Vol 28 (2016) WE ARE ALL TRANSLATORS NOW: CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS AS TRANSLATION Abstract  PDF
Lawrence M. SOLAN
 
Vol 4 (2010) LEXICAL AND SYNTAX FEATURES OF ENGLISH AND ARABIC LEGAL DISCOURSE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY Abstract  PDF
Hanem EL-FARAHATY
 
Vol 7 (2011) CLASSIFICATION OF ERRORS IN TRANSLATION OF LEGAL TEXTS FROM ENGLISH INTO RUSSIAN Abstract
Maria YUGOVA
 
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