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Language in the Judicial Process

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Legal realism is a powerful jurisprudential tradition which urges attention to sodal conditions and predicts their influence in the legal process. The rela tively recent "sodal sdence in the law" phenomenon, in which sodal research is increasingly relied on to dedde court cases is a direct result of realistic jurisprudence, which accords much significance in law to ...more
Hardcover, 374 pages
Published October 31st 1990 by Springer
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Rebecca Radnor
Linguistics of Law, how issues of language have a HUGE often ignored impact on the Judicial process. Issues of translation, or even of how 2nd language speakers (ESL) affects the process
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