Edited by Janet Giltrow and Dieter Stein, and published by De Gruyter Mouton, the Foundations in Language and Law series aims beyond the traditional surveys of scholarship in law and language. Monographs in the series will provide foundational materials – theoretical, methodological, critical, practical – to advance study of important topics in the field. And even as each volume engages conceptually with current scholarship in the area, it presents original research which breaks new ground and indicates future directions for scholarship in law and language.

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