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Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-428) and index.
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Preliminary questions Pragmatics for lawyers Morals for lawyers Language and law Foundations of legal linguistics Do lawyers have their own language? Characteristic features of language used in law Linguistic operations in law Overcoming terminological boundaries Legal speech acts and legal discourse Legal argumentation Argumentation in the legal practice Successful legal argumentation Legal interpretation Legal translation Other legal-linguistic operations Legal linguistic operations in the legal discourse Literature and law Writing and reading in law and elsewhere Textuality and interpretation Creating laws and creating fiction Global law and its language Convergings laws and converging languages Épistémologie of law as search for the original legal language Some tentative results of the retrospective upon law and its language Other language-related areas of globalizing law.