Doubletalk: The Problems and Pitfalls of Bilingual Lawyering (September 2018)
Conversationally fluent in a second language and think that using that language would be a quick and easy way to benefit your legal work? Not so fast! Bilingual lawyering is often much more difficult than it seems, as discussed by the panelists in Young OGEMID's eighth virtual symposium. During this discussion, academics and practitioners from around the world discuss the problems associated with bilingual lawyering and how to move from conversational fluency to legal and business fluency.
- Professor Dr. Nicolas Etcheverry (Dean, University of Montevideo Law School, Uruguay)
- Katia Fach Gómez (Professor, University of Zaragoza, Spain)
- Veronica Taylor (Professor, Australia National University)
- Salua Kamerow (Penn State University)
- Anees Naim (Bab-Lex)
Summary of Young-OGEMID Symposium No. 8:
"Doubletalk: The Problems and Pitfalls of Bilingual Lawyering (September 2018)"
by Jake Lowther
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