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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 MIROSLAV BÁZLIK, PATRIK AMBRUS AND MARIUSZ BĘCŁAWSKI  PDF
Łucja BIEL
 
Vol 12 (2012) CAN GENRE-SPECIFIC DIY CORPORA, COMPILED BY LEGAL TRANSLATORS THEMSELVES, ASSIST THEM IN ‘LEARNING THE LINGO’ OF LEGAL SUBGENRES? Abstract  PDF
Juliette SCOTT
 
Vol 2 (2010) GERMAN LEGAL TERMINOLOGY IN THE AREA OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE USE OF ENGLISH IN THE NATIONAL VARIETIES OF GERMAN SPOKEN IN AUSTRIA, GERMANY AND SWITZERLAND Abstract  PDF
Tanja WISSIK
 
Vol 2 (2010) DEONTIC MODALITY AND MODALS IN THE LANGUAGE OF CONTRACTS Abstract  PDF
Aleksandra MATULEWSKA
 
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