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Vol 26 (2016) CHALLENGING THE EXISTENCE OF LEGAL TRANSLATION: A COMPREHENSIVE TRANSLATION THEORY Abstract  PDF
Michele Mannoni
 
Vol 11 (2012) TRANSLATING MEDICAL TEXTS FOR LEGAL PURPOSES: A GROWING CHALLENGE FOR COURT TRANSLATORS AND INTERPRETERS Abstract  PDF
Ewa KOŚCIAŁKOWSKA-OKOŃSKA
 
Vol 3 (2010) The Principles of Saul Kripke’s and Hilary Putnam’s Semantics and their Influence on the Contemporary Analysis of Legal Language Abstract
Piotr SZCZEKOCKI
 
Vol 3 (2010) Coining Legal Terms – A Case Study of Polish and German Commercial Law Abstract
Katarzyna SIEWERT
 
Vol 3 (2010) Textual Relations as a System Enhancing Translation of Parallel Legal Texts. A Case Study of Polish and Hungarian Contracts of Sale Abstract
Karolina KACZMAREK
 
Vol 28 (2016) LEGAL DISCOURSE RECONSIDERED: GENRES OF LEGAL TEXTS Abstract  PDF
Donata BERŪKŠTIENĖ
 
Vol 3 (2010) Polish-Bulgarian Translation of Court Texts Abstract
Julia MAZURKIEWICZ-SUŁKOWSKA
 
Vol 3 (2010) Parallel Texts to Determine Connotative and Denotative Equivalents in Polish-English Translation Abstract
Aleksandra MATULEWSKA
 
Vol 13 (2013) PARALLEL TEXTS AS AN AUXILIARY TOOL IN THE PROCESS OF (SPECIALIST) TRANSLATION Abstract
Artur Dariusz Kubacki
 
Vol 7 (2011) CLASSIFICATION OF ERRORS IN TRANSLATION OF LEGAL TEXTS FROM ENGLISH INTO RUSSIAN Abstract
Maria YUGOVA
 
Vol 25 (2016) LOUISIANA CIVIL CODE AS A MEANS OF ESTABLISHING AND VERIFICATION OF TERMINOLOGICAL EQUIVALENCE FOR TRANSLATION AND LEXICOGRAPHY PURPOSES Abstract
Łukasz Iluk
 
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