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  Brooklyn Journal of International Law
  Volume 29, Number 3, 2004
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  • SYMPOSIUM: CREATING AND INTERPRETING LAW IN A MULTILINGUAL ENVIRONMENT - Co-sponsored with the Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of International Business Law and The Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of Law, Language & Cognition

  • SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM
  • INTRODUCTION
        Neil B. Cohen, Claire Kelly & Lawrence M. Solan
        p.977                                                                                      +cite        

  • PANEL I: NATIONAL LAW IN A MULTILINGUAL SOCIETY—THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE
  • The Challenges of Interpreting Multilingual, Multijural Legislation
        Ruth Sullivan
        p.985                                                                                      +cite        
  • Bilingual Interpretation of Enactments in Canada: Principles v. Practice
        Pierre-André Côté
        p.1067                                                                                    +cite        
  • Authoring Bilingual Laws: The Importance of Process
        Donald L. Revell
        p.1085                                                                                    +cite        

  • PANEL II: MULTILINGUAL REGULATION—THE EU EXPERIENCE
  • Literal and Purposive Techniques of Legislative Interpretation: Some European Community and English Common Law Perspectives
        Ian McLeod
        p.1109                                                                                    +cite        
  • Statutory Texts as Instances of Language(s): Consequences and Limitations on Interpretation
        Jan Engberg
        p.1135                                                                                    +cite        
  • Legal Linguistic Knowledge and Creating and Interpreting Law in Multilingual Environments
        Tarja Salmi-Tolonen
        p.1167                                                                                    +cite        

  • PANEL III: TRANSACTIONAL RULES ACROSS BORDERS—WHEN WORDS TRANSLATE BETTER THAN CONCEPTS
  • Towards a European Civil Code Without a Common European Legal Culture? The Link Between Law, Language and Culture
        Ana M. López-Rodriguez
        p.1195                                                                                    +cite        

  • NOTES
  • The United States Jordan Free Trade Agreement, United States Chile Free Trade Agreement and The United States Singapore Free Trade Agreement: Advancement of Environmental Preservation?
        Andrea N. Anderson
        p.1221                                                                                    +cite        
  • Continued Violations of International Law by the United States in Applying the Death Penalty to Minors and Possible Repercussions to the American Criminal Justice System
        Jennifer L. Brillante
        p.1247                                                                                    +cite        
  • "I Expected Common Sense to Prevail": Vowles v. Evans, Amateur Rugby, and Referee Liability in the U.K.
        Erin Elizabeth McMurray
        p.1307                                                                                    +cite        
  • Israel's Conflicted Existence as a Jewish Democratic State: Striking the Proper Balance Under the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law
        Albert K. Wan
        p.1345                                                                                    +cite