Legal Education | Page 2

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Énoncer l’indicible: Le droit entre langues et traditions

Legal biligualism highlights the meta-linguistic nature of law: norms exist in the world of ideas, and not only in their textual representation, and are only partially rendered by different linguistic efforts to express them. If law lies between different linguistic versions, does it also reside in the space between legal traditions? Bijuralism (that is, the […] Read more