This month has seen the publication of ‘Language and Legal Interpretation in International Law’ edited by Anne Lise Kjaer and Joanna Lam. The book is part of the series ‘Oxford Studies in Language and Law’.
- Examines patterns and strategies of legal interpretation across different fields of international dispute resolution
- Takes an interdisciplinary approach through multiple research perspectives in language and law
- Considers interpretation in the fields of trade law and commercial law, EU law, human rights law, and international criminal law.
The Université catholique de Louvain is offering a free 8-week introductory course in International Law through the MOOC platform edX.
The German Law Journal is an open access, peer reviewed forum for “transnational and interdisciplinary encounters with German, European & International law”. Continue reading
Following on from yesterday’s post which includes lists of Supreme Courts and international courts, the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge offers a list of websites on which international courts, tribunals and organisations post decisions and reports.
Following Part 1, this post will discuss the second of the five studies on translation and related matters recently published by the Directorate-General Translation of the European Commission, presented at the Translation Studies Days held in Brussels on 20 & 21 September 2012.