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The Workings of Language: From Prescriptions to Perspectives
By Praeger
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ean: 9780275962463, isbn: 0275962466,

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The essays in this book help to make sense of the workings of language in our everyday world―on the personal, local, national, and international levels. The authors are all linguists, seeking to help readers free themselves of language prejudices, thus opening the way to better informed views on the function of language in society, a more balanced treatment in schools, and more linguistically-sound public policies.Defusing Chicken-Little prognostications about English, this volume suggests

Choosing the Language of Transnational Deals: Practicalities, Policy, and Law Reform
By American Bar Association
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This book takes a comparative look at cross-border secured lending and commercial dispute resolution. It illustrates how parties involved in transactions can effectively structure their business to maximize their control of the language choice in which they deal. The book integrates investigations of national legal systems and various international organizations to illustrate the new institutitional dynamics through which the languages of transnational commerce and finance are being defined..

Obligations: Law and Language
By Cambridge University Press
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Obligations: Law and Language is the first work of its kind to examine in depth the fundamental language used by courts, legislators, and academic commentators when describing the nature of obligations law. A comparative perspective is taken, examining the law of England, Scotland, the United States, Canada, and Australia, and an in-depth analysis is provided of the major legal commentaries, statutes, and case law from each jurisdiction. In exploring such fundamental words as obligation,

Court Reporter's Language Arts Workbook
By Pearson
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The newest addition to the Prentice Hall Series in Computer Shorthand, this volume is a perfect complement to The Complete Court Reporter's Handbook by Knapp and can also serve as a stand-alone text for courses in English for Court Reporters. Kocar utilizes a workbook format and places strong emphasis on punctuation..

A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting
By Kenneth A Adams
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A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting, Third Edition is a uniquely in-depth survey of the building blocks of contract language. First published in 2004, it offers those who draft, review, negotiate, or interpret contracts an alternative to the dysfunction of traditional contract language and the flawed conventional wisdom that perpetuates it. This manual has become a vital resource throughout the legal profession, in the U.S. and internationally.This manual's focus remains how to express

Legal Language
By University Of Chicago Press
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Statutes, judicial opinions, contracts, deeds, and wills profoundly affect our daily lives, but their language tends to be often nearly impossible to understand. In this lively history of legal language, Peter Tiersma slices through the thicket of legalese, explaining where it comes from, why lawyers continue to cling to it, and why it's doesn't have to be an inevitable feature of our legal system.''Legal Language will resonate with lawyers . . . and any non-lawyer who has waded through legal

The Language of Defamation Cases
By Oxford University Press
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Slander and libel cases are largely about how one party uses language in ways that are claimed to defame one another. Linguistic expertise can be central to the case. In The Language of Defamation Cases, Roger W. Shuy describes eleven representative lawsuits--involving newspapers, television stations, religious leaders, physicians, teachers, entertainers, unions, insurance companies, and manufacturers--for which he served as a consultant. Shuy's linguistic analysis illustrates how grammatical

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