International Journal of Speech Language and the Law, Vol 24, No 2 (2017)

New Insights into the Semantics of Legal Concepts and the Legal Dictionary by Martina Bajčić (2017), John Benjamins Publishing Company xi + 222pp

Mairtin Mac Aodha
Issued Date: 20 Dec 2017

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New Insights into the Semantics of Legal Concepts and the Legal Dictionary by Martina Bajčić (2017), John Benjamins Publishing Company xi + 222pp

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DOI: 10.1558/ijsll.34752

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