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Translating the Law - Language Across Legal Systems

Translation across different legal systems must respect cultural differences in the legal system, as well as recognize and reflect the styles of the legal system for which the translation is being made. How can the inductive reasoning of common law systems be meaningfully rendered into a civil law context, based on deductive reasoning? And what of legal concepts which are viewed differently in different cultures? This session will present an overview of the history and theory of legal translation, with examples drawn from international treaties between nations. It will also include discussion time for questions drawn from professional practice. Speaker Dr Rocco Loiacono is a lecturer in Translation Studies at the University of Western Australia and in the Curtin Law School, where he teaches in the areas of property law and business law. After graduating with a combined Law and Languages (Honours) degree, he worked for ten years as a lawyer, most of those in the commercial propert
When
6/05/2017 - 6/05/2017
Where
Arts Lecture Room 4 (ALR 4)
Ground Floor Arts Building
University of WA
Crawley, WA 6009
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2017-05-06 10:00:00 2017-05-06 12:00:00 Australia/Perth Translating the Law - Language Across Legal Systems Translation across different legal systems must respect cultural differences in the legal system, as well as recognize and reflect the styles of the legal system for which the translation is being made. How can the inductive reasoning of common law systems be meaningfully rendered into a civil law context, based on deductive reasoning? And what of legal concepts which are viewed differently in different cultures? This session will present an overview of the history and theory of legal translation, with examples drawn from international treaties between nations. It will also include discussion time for questions drawn from professional practice. Speaker Dr Rocco Loiacono is a lecturer in Translation Studies at the University of Western Australia and in the Curtin Law School, where he teaches in the areas of property law and business law. After graduating with a combined Law and Languages (Honours) degree, he worked for ten years as a lawyer, most of those in the commercial propert Arts Lecture Room 4 (ALR 4), Ground Floor Arts Building, University of WA, Crawley, 6009, WA, Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators admin@ausit.org AUSIT_Event

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