As in previous years, in this post I’ve listed popular posts published this summer (or winter depending on where you are…), for those of you that have been on holiday – or vacation depending on where you are ;-).
The Russian Law Journal is one of the first academic legal journals in English to be published in Russia. Its goal is to provide scholars worldwide with comparative papers on recent legal developments not only in Russia, but also in Eurasia, other jurisdictions and on the international level.
Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito is an international online journal edited at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto, Portugal, and the Federal University of Santa Catarina - UFSC, Brazil. The journal is published twice a year, and includes articles in all varieties of both Portuguese and English.
A special issue on legal translation has just been published, although articles on the subject do appear in other issues too.
Can copyright law be made really interesting and understandable? The answer is a resounding yes, as I discovered at a (dynamic) academic conference presentation by Dinusha Mendis & Hayleigh Bosher from Bournemouth University.
Following my post in April on the excellent open access online publication German Law Journal, I thought you might be interested in a special supplement on Brexit.
It includes contributions from international legal scholars from the London School of Economics, Trinity College Dublin, and law schools across the UK, Austria, Germany, Slovenia, Holland and the USA.
As well as being a mine of information about the standards in general, The ‘Pocket Guide to IFRS standards: the global financial reporting language’ provides summaries of application in 143 countries.