This new edition of The German Legal System and Legal Language has been thoroughly revised and offers a unique, annotated compendium of German public and private law and legal language in English.
The text contains a succinct, systematic survey of the norms and concepts of some of the main areas of German law. It is supported by a companion website, available exclusively to users of the book, which offers detailed notes; an extensive, specialized vocabulary; and a paragraph register to help the reader find supplementary information if required.
The German Legal System and Legal Language is a valuable source of explanation and orientation for native English-speakers seeking an authoritative and reliable guide to this complicated subject and a proper understanding of the relevant terminology. International lawyers, academic jurists, students, translators and anyone interested in German law and legal language will benefit from this unique print and online reference.
This book explains the structure and terminology of some of the main areas of German public and private law. Amid the increasing complexity of international legal relations,the book provides a firm reference point for those native English speakers who deal with legal matters in Germany, for those who wish to grasp the nettle of the intricate German legal system and language for the first time and for those who aim to qualify as German lawyers.
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