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Fri May 31 1996

TOC: Language in the Judicial Process

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  1. "Bethany K. Dumas", LJP 2.1-2 - finally!

Message 1: LJP 2.1-2 - finally!

Date: Thu, 30 May 1996 15:52:28 EDT
From: "Bethany K. Dumas" <>
Subject: LJP 2.1-2 - finally!

Language in the Judicial Process
Special Double Issue!
Volume 2, Numbers 1 & 2
May 1996

Joint International Conference on Law and Society:
Abstracts of papers to be given at the conference.

Research in Progress: A call for involvement in an exciting
research project.

New Books! New books of interest to language and law
professionals. Opportunities for reviewers.

Current citations in the field. With new additions since last issue
emphasized in bold text.

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Last Updated: 05/20/96
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