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Metaphors in law: methodological foundations for research
Yaroshchuk I.A.
On the concept and content of language rights in constitutional law
Markarov A.N.
Interdisciplinary approach to teaching language for specific purposes
Udina N.N., Аtabekova А.А.
Network enculturation processes in developing translation competence
Udina N.N.
Public service interpreting as a factor of state’s language policy
Vasilenko L.Y.
Integration of clil approach into ba students’ speaking skills development
Belenkova N.M., Zhivajkina O.N.
Translation techniques of legal texts and forensic linguistics
Meshkova I.N.
REQUIREMENTS FOR COURT DOCUMENTS
Akhmetova S.V., Babenko A.N.
LEGAL INTERPRETATION IN RUSSIAN LAW: THE UNITY OF THE METHODOLOGICAL AND ACTIVITY APPROACHES
Gavrilova Y.A.
Some features of official business style in the French language
Meshkova I.N.
Foreign language application in the development of professional competences of the lawyers-to-be
Belenkova N.M.
General lexical and grammatical features of the genre of contemporary solemn eloquence
Ilicheva V.V.
Linguistic and judicial aspects in the context of translating documents
Gorbatenko O.G., Gorbatenko R.G.
Public service interpreting and translating: providing human rights and access to social justice
Carmen Valero-Garcés -., Atabekova A.A.
University networking in training for public service intepreting and translating: present and future
Carmen Valero-Garcés -., Atabekova A.A.
THE PROBLEM OF MEANING OF LAW IN A DIGITAL SOCIETY
Gavrilova Y.A.
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