A Canadian Symposium on Language and Law will take place at York University, Toronto, Canada from 16-18 June 2023.
The Canadian Symposium on Language and Law will draw together both researchers and practitioners from all areas of language and law (e.g., linguistics, psychology, sociolegal studies, policing, law) and those working within the often siloed subfields such as jurilinguistique, jurilinguistics, legal linguistics, and forensic linguistics, in order to build a research network that will facilitate the coalescence and growth of the field in Canada and will address Canadian justice issues. Continue reading
An online event entitled “Indigenous Languages and Legal Traditions” is to be held on Thursday 24 March 2022, from 13:00 – 16:30 (EST), on the occasion of the 15th annual Institute of Jurilinguistics.
There will be two conversations, one in English, one in French, on Indigenous languages and legal traditions – the links between them, learning them, revitalising them. Continue reading
For those of you who missed the events, the French Legal Linguistics Seminar (Séminaire tournant de jurilinguistique) took place from February to July 2021 in the form of seven two-hour seminars.
Mary C. Lavissière has written a useful summary of all 7 events, published in the International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse. Continue reading
Anyone who reads French will enjoy the latest book from the estimable and brilliant Frédéric Houbert. Those of you who attended the workshops at the 2018 WordstoDeeds conference will have been fascinated by his wide-ranging joint presentation with Louis Beaudoin on dictionaries at the iconic Reuters building. Continue reading
The University of Nantes is hosting an online seminar with Julien Longhi on 21 May 2021 at 14.00 -16.00 CET. He will present the debate in France surrounding the use of forensic linguistics in the “Petit Grégory” case.
This is the closing seminar of the 2021 “Séminaire francophone tournant de jurilinguistique” series.
SOULL – Sources of Language and Law is an open online platform to provide selected information about past and recent research activities of legal linguistics.
It contains, among other things:
- an international bibliography
- a list of research groups
- relevant journals
- an extensive list of corpora.
The platform cooperates with the Heidelberg Group of Legal Linguistics and the International Language and Law Association (ILLA). Continue reading
With apologies to the organisers for late posting of this information – the season begins tomorrow 😱 … please note that this year’s round of francophone seminars on jurilinguistics (online) has a great line-up of speakers and covers a wide range of subjects.
The series title is ““Stéréotypes de la langue juridique et dans la langue juridique” and dates extend from 19 February 2021 to 4 June 2021.
The Crépeau Centre, in collaboration with the Network of Jurilinguistics Centres, is organising the 12th Summer Institute of Jurilinguistics on 15 June 2018, at McGill University’s Faculty of Law in Montreal, Canada. Continue reading
After a successful first edition in 2016, the organisers have decided to continue their initiative in jurilinguistics, looking at “professionalisation in language and law and exploring new areas of study and research”.
The conference, entitled Jurilingüística II: Enfoques Interdisciplinarios en el Estudio de la Lengua y el Derecho / Jurilinguistics II: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Language and Law, will take place at Universidad Pablo de Olavide Seville, Spain, from 25-26 October 2018.
The seventh edition of the Summer Institute of Jurilinguistics will take place on Friday August 30th 2013, from 8:30-4:15, at the Faculty of Law of McGill University (New Chancellor Day Hall, 3644 Peel Street, Montreal, Canada).