University of Bordeaux Languages and Legal Languages Symposium

Languages ​​and legal languages

University of Bordeaux

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Primary languages: French and English
Further information: website page
Contact: colloque.langues.droit@gmail.com

The University of Bordeuax is holding the ‘Languages ​​and legal languages. Translation and Translation Studies – Didactics and Pedagogy Symposium on 13th-14th June 2019.  The event is free but registration is mandatory. It will  focus on:

  • Firstly, the specificity of languages ​​and legal languages ​​within national systems or other legal systems – internal or international.
  • Secondly, the transition from one language to another, and more specifically the conditions for the possibility of transposing, in other national systems or legal systems, concepts conveyed by a given legal language.
  • Thirdly, reflections on the teaching of (foreign) legal languages.
  • Fourthly, an examination of the reception and dissemination of language and legal concepts by disciplines other than law.

Organisers include:

  • Renaud BAUMERT , Professor of Public Law, University of Cergy-Pontoise
  • Albane GESLIN , Professor of Public Law, Sciences Po Aix
  • Stéphanie ROUSSEL , Lecturer in Germanic Studies, University of Bordeaux
  • Stéphane SCHOTT , Lecturer in Law public, University of Bordeaux

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Primary languages: French and English
Further information: website page
Contact: colloque.langues.droit@gmail.com

The University of Bordeuax is holding the ‘Languages ​​and legal languages. Translation and Translation Studies – Didactics and Pedagogy Symposium on 13th-14th June 2019.  The event is free but registration is mandatory. It will  focus on:

  • Firstly, the specificity of languages ​​and legal languages ​​within national systems or other legal systems – internal or international.
  • Secondly, the transition from one language to another, and more specifically the conditions for the possibility of transposing, in other national systems or legal systems, concepts conveyed by a given legal language.
  • Thirdly, reflections on the teaching of (foreign) legal languages.
  • Fourthly, an examination of the reception and dissemination of language and legal concepts by disciplines other than law.

Organisers include:

  • Renaud BAUMERT , Professor of Public Law, University of Cergy-Pontoise
  • Albane GESLIN , Professor of Public Law, Sciences Po Aix
  • Stéphanie ROUSSEL , Lecturer in Germanic Studies, University of Bordeaux
  • Stéphane SCHOTT , Lecturer in Law public, University of Bordeaux