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The works are listed in the alphabetical order.

  1. Atienza, Manuel and Juan Ruiz-Manero. 1998. A Theory of Legal Sentences. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

  1. Bhatia, V.K., 1993, Analysing Genre: Language use in Professional Settings. London: Longman.

  1. Bhatia, V. 1994. Cognitive structuring in legislative provisions. In J. Gibbons (ed.) Language and the Law. Harlow: Longman.

  1. Bissell, D. 1995. Statistical methods for text analysis by word-counts. Swansea: European Business Management School, University of Wales.

  1. Bix, Brian. Law, 1993. Language, & Legal Determinancy. Oxford University Press.

  1. Brooks, P. and P. Gewirtz (eds.) 1996. Narrative and rhetoric in the law. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

  1. Brown. 1997. Legal Terminology. 3rd ed. Prentice-Hall.

  1. Byrd, S. 1997. Einführung in die angloamerikanisch Rechssprache — Introduction to Anglo-American law and language. Munich: Beck/Manz/Stämpfli.

  1. Cavagnoli, S. and J. Wölk. 1997. Einführung in die italienische Reschssprache — Introduzione all’italiano giuridico. [Introduction to Italian legal language.] Munich: Beck/Manz/Stämpfli.

  1. Chng, H. H. 1996. Towards multi-disciplinarity: The case of judicial language. Singapore: Department of English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore.

  1. Colin, J. and R. Morris. 1996. Interpreters and the legal process. Winchester, England: Waterside Press.

  1. Conklin, William E. 1998 The Phenomenology of Modern Legal Discourse: The Juridical Production & the Disclosure of Suffering. Ashgate: Ashgate Publishing Company.

  1. Cotterill, J. ed. (2002) Language in the Legal Process. London: Palgrave.

  1. Coulthard, M. 1997. A failed appeal. Forensic Linguistics.

  1. Coulthard, M. 1994. Powerful evidence for the defence: An exercise in forensic discourse analysis. In J. Gibbons (ed.) Language and the law. Harlow: Longman.

  1. Danet, B. 1990. Language and the law: An overview of 15 years of research. In H. Giles and W. P. Robinson (eds.) Handbook of language and social psychology. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.

  1. Duarte, C. 1993. Llengua i Administació. [Journal of Language and Administration.] Barcelona: Columna Edicions.

  1. Eades, D. 1994. A case of communicative clash: Aboriginal English and the legal system.

  1. Eades, D. 1997. Language in court: The acceptance of linguistic evidence about Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system. Australian Aboriginal Studies.

  1. Edwards, J. 1994. Multilingualism. London: Routledge.

  1. Engberg, J. and A. Trosborg (eds.) 1997. Linguists and lawyers issues we confront. Tostedt: Attikon.

  1. Farringdon, J. M., A. Q. Morton, M. G. Farringdon and M. D. Baker. 1996. Analysing for authorship: A guide to the Cusum technique. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

  1. Gibbons, J., 2003, Forensic Linguistics: An Introduction to Language in the Justice System. Oxford: Blackwell.

  1. Gibbons, John (ed.). 1994. Language & the Law. Longman.

  1. Gibbons, J. Forthcoming. An introduction to language and the law. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

  1. Goodrich, Peter, 1988. Legal Discourse. Hampsire & London: The Macmillan Pres Ltd. Conley, J.M. and W.M. O'Barr (1998) Just Words: Law, Language and Power. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

  1. Hiltunen, R. 1990. Chapters on legal English aspects past and present of the language of the law. Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia.

  1. Jackson, B. 1994. Some semiotic features of a judicial summing up in an English criminal court. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law.

  1. Jackson, B. 1997. Who enacts statutes? Statute Law Review.

  1. Jackson, E. Hilton. 1994. Law-Latin: A Treatise with Legal Maxims & Phrases As a Basis of Instruction. Fred B. Rothman & Company. 2nd ed.

  1. Jensen, M.-T. 1995. Linguistic evidence accepted in the case of a non-native speaker of English. In D. Eades (ed.) Language in evidence. Sydney, NSW: University of New South Wales Press.

  1. Kniffka, Hannes (ed.). 1996. Recent Developments in Forensic Linguistics. Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.

  1. Kurzon, D. 1998. Discourse of silence. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

  1. Kurzon, D. 1997. ‘Legal language’: Varieties, genres, registers, discourses. International Journal of Applied Linguistics. 7.119–139.

  1. Labov, W. and W. A. Harris. 1994. Addressing social issues through linguistic evidence. In J. Gibbons (ed.) Language and the law. Harlow: Longman.

  1. Labov, W. 1988. The judicial testing of linguistic theory. In D. Tannen (ed.) Linguistics in context: Connecting observation and understanding. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

  1. Leets, L. and H. Giles. 1997. Words as weapons — When do they wound? Investigations of harmful speech. Human Communication Research.

  1. Lentine, G. and R. Shuy. 1990. Mc-: Meaning in the marketplace. American Speech.

  1. Levi, J. 1994. Language as evidence: The linguist as expert witness in North American courts. Forensic Linguistics.

  1. McMenamin, G. R. 1993. Forensic stylistics. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

  1. Manfredi Simonetta and Leonardo Oriolo. 1993. Legal & Commercial Italian: Corso di Italiano giuridico e commerciale. Reed Educational and Professional Publishing.

  1. Masciantonio, Rudolph. 1992. Legal Latin. TheAmerican Classical League.

  1. Mellinkoff, David. 1993. Dictionary of American Legal Usage. West Publishing Company, College & School Division.

  1. Morris, R. 1998. Great mischiefs — A historical look at language legislation in Great Britain. In D. A. Kibbee (ed.) Language legislation and linguistic rights. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

  1. Nerhot, Patrick (ed.) 1991. Legal Knowledge & Analogy: Fragments of Legal Epistemology, Hermeneutics & Linguistics. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

  1. Nielsen, Sandro. 1994. The bilingual LSP dictionary: principles and practice for legal language. Tübingen: Narr.

  1. Nussbaum, M. 1995. Poets as judges: Judicial rhetoric and the literary imagination. University of Chicago Law Review.

  1. Owen, C.R., 1997, "Children's comprehension of legal language". In: Engberg and Trosborg (ed.s), Linguists and Lawyers: Issues we confront. Tostedt: Attikon.

  1. Pardo, M. L. 1996. Derecho y Lingüística Como se Juzga con Palabras. [Law and language how we judge with words.] Buenos Aires: Ediciones Nueva Vista.

  1. Pardo, M. L. 1994. La ficción jurídica desde la lingüística: Actos de habla y ficción. [Legal fictions from a linguistic viewpoint: Speech and fictive acts.] Revista de Llengua y Dret. [Journal of Language and Law.] 22.25–43.

  1. Philbrick, Frederick A. 1993. Language & the Law: The Semantics of Forensic English. William S. Hein & Company, Inc.

  1. Philips, Susan. 1998. Ideology in the Language of Judges: How Judges Practice Law, Politics, & Courtroom Control. Oxford Studies in Anthropological Linguistics,Oxford University Press, India.

  1. Sarcevic, Susan 1997. New approach to legal translation. The Hague: Kluwer Law International.

  1. Schauer, Frederick (ed.).1993. Law & Language. New York University Press.

  1. Solan, L. M. 1995. Judicial decisions and linguistic analysis: Is there a linguist in the court? Washington University Law Journal. 73.1069–1083.

  1. Solan, Lawrence M. 1993. The Language of Judges. University of Chicago Press.

  1. Solomon, N. 1996. Plain English: From a perspective of language in society. In R. Hasan and G. Williams (eds.) Literacy in society. Harlow: Longman.

  1. Steinberg, E. T. (ed.) 1991. Plain language — Principles and practice. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press.

  1. Stygall, Gail. 1994. Trial Language: Differential Discourse Processing & Discursive Formation. John Benjamins North America, Incorporated.

  1. Taylor, B. 1995. Offensive language: A linguistic and sociolinguistic perspective. In D. Eades (ed.) Language in evidence: Issues confronting aboriginal and multicultural Australia. Sydney: UNSW Press.

  1. Tiersma, P.M (1999) Legal Language. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

  1. Yamamata, N. 1995. On indirect threats. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law. 8.22.37–52.

  1. Walsh, B. 1995. Offensive language: A legal perspective. In D. Eades (ed.) Language in evidence issues confronting Aboriginal and multicultural Australia. Sydney: UNSW Press.


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