Just since your fishing line isn't getting a lot of bites ... my
studies of legal language are far in the past, but two places I'd start
looking are with the International Association of Forensic Linguists -
their web site includes bibliographies
And at Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis News, where the
Resources link could be searched for "law" "legal" and so on
Of course the methodologies would depend on the questions being
studied, but ...
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On 2-Oct-07, at 6:08, Natasha Artemeva wrote:
> I apologize for cross-posting
> A student of mine is looking into methodologies that would allow him
> to study genres of the legal system in Canada.
> Could anybody suggest any relevant publications?
> Thank you.
> Natasha Artemeva, Ph. D.
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