4 edition of Language and the law found in the catalog.
Language and the law
2007 by Peter Lang, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften in Frankfurt am Main, New York .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Krzysztof Kredens, Stanisław Goźdź-Roszkowski (eds.).|
|Series||Łódź studies in language -- v. 16|
|Contributions||Kredens, Krzysztof., Goźdź-Roszkowski, Stanisław.|
|LC Classifications||K213 .L352 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||436 p. :|
|Number of Pages||436|
|LC Control Number||2008395989|
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After completing the historical survey of the origins and development of law English, the author discusses how the legal profession has strived to make law English more precise, shorter, more intelligible, and more durable. The author’s historical perspective of law language is the heart and soul of this by: This comprehensive introduction to Language and the Law looks at the common areas of interaction between linguistics and the legal process.
Each chapter presents a language issue or problem relevant to the law. This is then examined using excerpts from cases where judges in their decisions have had to confront that particular issue/5(9). Explains and describes the ways that language use in the legal system can create inequality and disadvantage.
It examines the three main areas where the two intersect: the central issue of the language of the law; the disadvantage which language can impose before the law, and forensic linguistics - the use of linguistic evidence in legal by: Explains and describes the ways that language use in the legal system can create inequality and disadvantage.
It examines the three main areas where the two intersect: the central issue of the. It examines the three main areas where the two intersect: the central issue of the language of the law; the disadvantage which language can impose before the Language and the law book, and forensic linguistics - the use of linguistic evidence in legal processes.
A more accessible account of the history of legal English is Peter Tiersma’s recent book, Legal Language. 6Tiersma too is a professor of law, but he also holds an advanced degree in linguistics; hence, his text appeals to both linguists and law professionals.
Explains and describes the ways that language use in the legal system can create inequality and disadvantage. It examines the three main areas where the two intersect: the central issue of the language of the law; the disadvantage which language can impose before the law, and forensic linguistics - the use of linguistic evidence in legal : $ This book is a record of modes and practices in the use of language within the context of law.
The papers in this volume not only examine the different situations that arise in legal processes, but. Book Description. Language plays an essential role both in creating law and in governing its implementation. Providing an accessible and comprehensive introduction to this subject, Language and Law: describes the different registers and genres that make up spoken and written Language and the law book language and how they develop over time.
Law is language. It is not solely language, since it is a social institution manifested also in non-linguistic ways, but it is a profoundly linguistic institution. Laws are coded in language, and the processes of the law are mediated through by: Peter M. Tiersma, editor Peter Tiersma†, formerly Professor of Law, Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, and Lawrence Solan, Director of the Center for the Study of Law, Language, and Cognition, Brooklyn Law School.
Peter Tiersma was the Hon. William Matthew Bryne Professor of Law at Loyola Law School of Los Angeles from until his death in. LANGUAGE and is devoted to the study of all of the ways in which language and the law intersect, including issues such as.
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