Language, Culture and Education

Round empty chalk board speech bubbles on colored papersThis theme describes research that considers the relationship between language, culture(s) and law, broadly understood, and the development and embedding of legal systems through legal education.

Including: legal meaning(s); legal translation; law and philosophy of language; forensic linguistics; law, language and politics; feminist legal language; legal culture(s) and systems; institutional cultures and their impact on development of law; practice and theory of legal education. 

Theme lead:

  • Karen McAuliffe - multilingual law production, language and law, law and translation 

Staff

 

 

Our researchers talk about their work:

Clinical Legal Education - Linden Thomas
Careers and employability in Law - Paul McConnell
Karen McAuliffe