Precedent in EU Law: The Linguistic Aspect

On 5 December 2015, a one-day workshop was held in conjunction with the Irish Centre for European Law.  The aim of that workshop was to bring together scholars from the fields of language, translation studies, linguistics and law, as well as practitioners (translators and lawyers) to consider to what extent language may impact on the case law produced by the European Court of Justice.  In particular the extent who which language may affect the phenomenon of a de facto precedent in ECJ judgments.

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Workshop programme

Twitter Feed from the workshop (#LLECJ)