Comparative Law for Legal Translators published

One of the central challenges facing translators of legal texts is the ability to fully understand the requirements of the various legal systems worldwide. In this respect, comparative law plays an important role in legal translation, as it allows for the identification of similarities and differences among legal systems. While the practice of legal translation … Continue reading

New edition published: A History of Political Trials: From Charles I to Charles Taylor

Praise for the first edition: «A formidable and well-documented counterblast to a developing modern orthodoxy, expressing a point of view that many readers will not even have suspected existed, let alone read.» (Anthony Daniels, The Spectator) «A useful and controversial contribution to the debate about victor’s justice, and a valuable warning that international war crimes … Continue reading

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