Pressto.

Page Header

Vol 19 (2014)

The digitalization and publication of Comparative Legilinguistics on the Internet as well as the implementation of ghost-writing as well as anti-plagiarism procedures have been financed under the agreement no. 739/P-DUN/2016 by the Minister of Science and Higher Education from the funds for science disseminating activities.

Full Issue

View or download the full issue PDF

Table of Contents

Preface

PREFACE PDF
  5-6

Articles

THE RECIPIENTS OF POLISH, GREEK AND CYPRIOT LEGAL NORMS. LINGUISTIC EXPONENTS PDF
Karolina GORTYCH-MICHALAK 7-26
SPECIFICITIES OF LEGAL LANGUAGE IN AUSTRIA PDF (Deutsch)
Karolina PALUSZEK 27-48
THE INFLUENCE OF THE NAPOLEONIC CODE ON THE JAPANESE CIVIL CODE PDF (Français)
Yuki HORIE 49-60
TERMINOLOGY DATABASE IN THE SERVICE OF LEGAL TRANSLATION: BASIC LAW OF HUNGARY PDF (Français)
Barnabás NOVÁK 61-76
POLISH VS. AMERICAN COURTROOM DISCOURSE: INQUISITORIAL AND ADVERSARIAL PROCEDURES OF WITNESS EXAMINATION IN PENAL TRIALS. WHAT COURT INTERPRETERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WITNESS EXAMINATION IN CRIMINAL TRIALS UNDER DISPARATE LEGAL SYSTEMS TO PROVIDE HIGH LEVEL INTEPRETING SERVICES IN THE LIGHT OF THE DIRECTIVE 2010/64/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL OF 20 OCTOBER 2010? PDF
Grażyna Anna BEDNAREK 77-116
POLYSEMY PROBLEM IN LEGAL TRANSLATION PDF (Français)
Paulina NOWAK-KORCZ 117-134

Reviews

A REVIEW OF "PATTERNS OF LINGUISTICS VARIATION IN AMERICAN LEGAL ENGLISH. A CORPUS BASED STUDY" BY STANISŁAW GOŹDŹ-ROSZKOWSKI PDF
Aleksandra MATULEWSKA 135-138


    Metadata from Crossref logo       Crossref Similarity Check logo