I’m so happy to see that posts are read long after publication (indeed some of those below were published in previous years) – it’s satisfying to know that the blog forms an archive of information that people find useful to refer to.
By the way, I am reliably informed by my hosting platform that the number of countries in which the blog is read has increased from 168 to 185. Thanks to you all! 🙂 🙂 🙂
- Banking glossaries
- Corpus-based collocation dictionaries in 230 languages
- More than 100 new monolingual, bilingual & multilingual glossaries
- Financial Times Lexicon
- Legal drafting guide worth its weight in gold
- Fantastic French notarial glossary
- Acronyms in 23 languages
- Life as a freelance court reporter…
- The Hague Apostille and document legalisation
- An attorney’s view of translation
- Omne trium perfectum – everything that comes in threes is perfect
- Problematic terms of art used in contracts
- Differences between English and US law: choose your words carefully
- Reporting from the Oxford Unitary (EU) patent conference
- The native speaker principle (the post in German, and in English here, pages 12-13)
- 20 tips for lawyers working with interpreters
- Research source evaluation
The ‘What exactly…‘ series
- What exactly is a lawyer-linguist?
- What exactly is forensic linguistics?
- What exactly is corpus linguistics?
- What exactly is document review?
- What exactly is comparative law?
- Legal translator turned whistleblower
- Innovative lawmaking in Finland
- EU moves to liberalize the profession of French notaires
- Judge gives lawyers editing lessons
- Translating through the fog
These are regularly among the most read posts – it seems I’m not the only one that needs cheering up on a Monday! 😉
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