Here is a selection of popular posts from last year, just in case you missed anything.
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
The ‘Monday Smiles’ series
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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